Cristiano Ronaldo manager Jorge Mendes returned to Turin last night to talk to Juventus executives about the future of the Portuguese superstar.
Ronaldo is rumored to be moving to Manchester City, as the English champions are looking for a striker after failing to sign Harry Kane.
It is believed that Ronaldo is putting pressure on his manager and Juventus to find a way for him to move to City.
Mendes arrived in Turin late Wednesday to settle Ronaldo’s precarious future.
He will talk to the leaders of Juventus in the coming days, in the hope that a solution will be found between the parties.
While Juventus insist that Ronaldo can only leave for 30 million euros or more, City do not intend to pay any penny for his approach.
The Whites are hoping for a possible Ronaldo-Gabriel Jesus exchange, but the Brazilian striker is untouchable for coach Pep Guardiola.
Another possibility would be the Ronaldo-Bernardo Silva exchange, seeing that the latter has requested to leave the Etihad.