Juventus is rumored to be contemplating a restructure and will meet with Cristiano Ronaldo to discuss his future.
According to Tuttosport, the Portuguese talisman’s future at Juventus is in question after a tough season, as Andrea Pirlo continues to oversee the Allianz Stadium’s rejuvenation project.
His new contract expires in June 2022, and he has scored 20 goals in 22 Serie A games.
According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, the Bianconeri would meet with the seasoned striker to discuss his future, implying that the former Manchester United and Real Madrid striker could leave a year early.
However, according to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, Cristiano may not be pleased, but he understands that finding a club that will pay him the same salary is difficult.
According to the study, the most likely option is to extend the deal until the end of next season.
However, the newspaper points out that without his wages, Juventus would benefit in the transfer sector, but that ‘no one at Continassa would dream of defining Ronaldo as a burden.’
Ronaldo has brought commercial benefits, but he has also depleted transfer market resources, and the situation has worsened during the coronavirus pandemic.
Although there are several questions at the Old Lady, Ronaldo is expected to remain at Juventus.