Juventus are reportedly willing to accept as little as £25million for Cristiano Ronaldo this summer, with Andrea Pirlo's side keen on offloading the player following their latest Champions League exit.
Ronaldo was signed by the Serie A giants to help them achieve their goal of winning the Champions League trophy, but in the three seasons he's been at the club, they've been eliminated at the hands of Ajax, Lyon, and Porto.
And now, according to Corriere dello Sport (h/t) Football Italia, Juventus could accept an offer as low as £25m as they look to clear the decks and plan a complete overhaul of the club. The report also claims that there are only four guaranteed survivors in the form of Wojciech Szczesny, Matthijs de Ligt, Federico Chiesa, and Weston McKennie.
Reports in Spain claimed that Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes had begun speaking with Real Madrid over a shock return for the 36-year-old, who has one year left on his contract with the Old Lady. Juventus CEO Fabio Patratici said this week: "Fortunately, there is still a year on Ronaldo's contract, so we have time to talk to him. That's not a priority right now."
French reports have also claimed that the Portuguese keeps in regular contact with Paris Saint-Germain club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi. Le Parisien have claimed that Mauricio Pochettino's side are closely monitoring Ronaldo's situation in Turin ahead of the summer transfer window.