Cristiano Ronaldo, at 36 years old, he is still one of the best footballers on the planet. His numbers this season endorse him, since he has a total of 27 goals and three assists in 30 presentations (he is the top scorer of Serie A with 20 goals).
However, the global economic crisis caused by the coronavirus hit Juventus, an entity that had significant declines in its income.
As pointed Mediaset, the Turin club is considering the possibility of placing the Portuguese pass market in order to considerably reduce the salary mass of the squad.
Currently, CR7 is the best payment of all Calcio, receiving an annual salary of 31 million euros net. It is worth noting that the forward has a contract with the Old lady until June 2022.
This medium puts Paris Saint Germain (it also has Lionel Messi in its sights, in case it does not renew its link with Barcelona) or David Beckham’s Inter Miami as the main options to stay with former Real Madrid or Manchester United.
Mauro Icardi, an old longing for Juventus (REUTERS / Benoit Tessier)
Before this panorama, Juventus thinks to replace him in an old obsession: Mauro Icardi. If PSG concretize the landing of La Pulga or Cristiano and manage to retain Kylian Mbappé and Neymar, the Rosario striker would welcome his return to Italian football, where he shone with the Inter shirt.
For several pass markets that bianconeri They have in their sights the emerged from the Barcelona quarry. It is worth remembering that the French paid for their token about 50 million euros, plus another 8 in bonuses.
The way that studies the you to contract it is a loan for two years with a purchase obligation. So far this season, the center forward has played 16 goals, in which he contributed 6 goals and 5 assists.
The leadership of the Turin team also wants to renew the middle zone, through the exits of the Welshman Aaron Ramsey and the Frenchman Adrien Rabiot, who are the fourth best paid on the squad with 7 million euros.
Among the candidates to replace them are the young Italians Manuel Locatelli (23 years old, Sassuolo) and Nicolò Barella (24, Inter).
After an irregular start, the team led by Andrea Pirlo is in the final of the Italian Cup (they will hit Atalanta on May 18), in the second round of the Champions League (they lost 2 to 1 in the first leg against Porto) and third in Serie A, 10 points behind the leader Inter.