- Cristiano Ronaldo has been heavily linked with a move away from Juventus having one year left on his deal
- Paris Saint Germain and Manchester United are the two top teams showing keen interest in the former Real Madrid star
- Ronaldo joined up with the Portugal national team already as they prepare to defend their Euro championship this summer
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Juventus could sell Cristiano Ronaldo for the fear of breaching the Financial Fair Play rules this summer.
The 36-year-old is currently in his home country getting ready for Euro 2020 Championship as Portugal defend the title they won five years back.
Ronaldo already moved his exotic cars out of his Turin-based mansion with many claiming they are headed for Lisbon.
The Portugal international joined the Allianz Stadium outfit in 2018 after ending his over nine years reign at Real Madrid.
Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain have now been tipped as potential destinations for the five-time Ballon d'Or winner according to Sunday Times football writer Duncan Castles via Transfer Window podcast and quoted by 90 min.
Duncan revealed that Ronaldo's current earning is hurting the club's financial flow, hence, the reason for the decision to sell the winger.
"Juventus want to sell Cristiano Ronaldo, or if they can't sell him get him off their books for the coming season. They need to do that for FFP purposes.
"They won't state that publicly but that has been the plan for some time and they've been working to find somewhere that is acceptable to Cristiano Ronaldo."
The football writer also revealed that Massimiliano Allegri will be glad to cash in on Ronaldo and use the funds from his sale to buy a few quality players for his team.
"Allegri's arrival, and Allegri being given control and authority over transfers, has not changed that."
Juventus re-appoint Max Allegri after Andrea Pirlo's sack
Legit.ng earlier reported that Massimiliano Allegri has finally rejoined Juventus after leaving the club two seasons ago.
The Italian gaffer won five consecutive Serie A titles and played in two Champions League finals during his spell with the Turin-based club.
The Bianconeri finished fourth in the league this season and managed to secure Champions League football for the next campaign under sacked boss Andrea Pirlo.