Cristiano Ronaldo is no longer considered ‘untouchable’ at Juventus and the Italian champions would consider selling him this summer for offers of £54m and above.
The 35-year-old has enjoyed two fantastic seasons in Turin, scoring 65 goals in 89 appearances across all competitions, winning two Serie A titles in the process.
However, there is set to be a substantial revamp at Juve this summer after a disappointing exit from the Champions League at the last 16 stage to Lyon. Maurizio Sarri has been replaced as manager by Andrea Pirlo and there is likely to be something of an overhaul of an ageing squad, with no player now deemed ‘untouchable’ by the Italian champions.
The Parisians take on RB Leipzig in the semi-final on Tuesday evening and will be hoping to contest the final against either Lyon or Bayern Munich on Sunday night. Reports suggest that Juve will not consider offers of less than €60m (£54m) but that price tag may well not put off the Ligue 1 champions.
The Portuguese superstar may well be attracted by the possibility of PSG, with the chance to conquer the fourth league, having won titles in England with Manchester United, Spain with Real Madrid, and now in Italy.
Ronaldo has also been linked with a sensational move to Barcelona, where he could link-up with old for Lionel Messi and burn bridges with his former side in the Spanish capital. That switch seems fanciful, though, and is more a case that Juventus have been happy to offer him to any club that may take his salary, including Barca.