Serie A champions Juventus are considering selling Cristiano Ronaldo next year, according to Sport.
Ronaldo arrived at the Serie A champions from Real Madrid in 2018 and is contracted at Juve until 2022.
However, Juventus could have other plans for the star forward.
The report says Juve are opting against renewing the 35-year-old’s big-money contract and may instead try to recoup some of the €100 million (A$162 million) they paid for Ronaldo.
Ronaldo has scored six goals in four Serie A games this season, but Juve are fifth in the table.
— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) November 8, 2020
His shot conversion rate excluding blocks (35.3) and big chance conversion percentage (71.4) are both well up on his previous seasons in Serie A, although it is still early in the 2020-21 campaign.