• Juventus have labeled Ronaldo at $71 million
  • PSG are monitoring Ronaldo's transfer situation
  • They are expected to make a move after the Champions League campaign

Juventus reportedly are planning to cash in on Cristiano Ronaldo amid interest from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the ongoing summer transfer market.

Soon after Juventus were knocked out of the Champions League following their last-16 loss to Lyon, reports about Ronaldo’s Italy future began to revolve. Juventus sacked Maurizio Sarri as their first-team boss and have replaced him with former player Andrea Pirlo.

Although it is understood that new boss Pirlo has assured Ronaldo about his Juventus future for next season, Spanish publication SPORT has claimed that The Old Lady does not see the five-time Ballon d’Or winner as 'non-transferable' at the club anymore. The report has further explained that no player is safe from being sold this summer as Juventus also have an aging squad like Barcelona and are aiming to turn that into a youth one ahead of the 2020-21 season.

Juventus are believed to have lowered Ronaldo’s transfer fee to $71 million, which is an affordable amount for a club like PSG. The Ligue 1 champions are monitoring Ronaldo’s transfer situation and are expected to make a move once the 2019-20 Champions League ends, as per the same SPORT report. PSG are still alive in the European tournament and are set to face RB Leipzig in the semi-final Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo’s super-agent Jorge Mendes has already begun to offer his legendary client to top European clubs. It was reported earlier that Mendes has also approached Barcelona in regards to Ronaldo’s transfer this summer.

Although the 35-year-old could help Juventus taste success in the Champions League, Ronaldo otherwise had a terrific season individually as he netted 37 goals in 46 competitive matches.

Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated his second Serie A title with Juventus.
Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated his second Serie A title with Juventus. AFP / Isabella BONOTTO

The Portuguese forward kickstarted his professional career at Sporting Lisbon before he moved to Manchester United in 2003. In no time, Ronaldo began to deliver for the Premier League side as he went on to score over 100 goals in his six-year stint in England. He moved to Real Madrid in 2009, where he tasted immense success having scored mind-boggling 450 goals in just 438 matches and helping the Spanish giants win four Champions League titles along with several other trophies.

After spending nine glorious years at Real Madrid, Ronaldo moved to Juventus in the summer of 2018. After dominating in England, Spain, and now Italy, it will be interesting to see if Ronaldo embraced another new challenge before bowing out of the sport.