Ronaldo opens transfer talks with European giants
Real Madrid attacker Cristiano Ronaldo has opened talks with Serie A champions Juventus about a possible move to Italy, Mirror Football reports.
The Portuguese superstar cast doubt over his Real Madrid's Champions League triumph over Liverpool by implying that his future could be at a different club.
Since then, he has been linked with moves to Italy, France, and England. The former Manchester United winger has been reportedly offered £106million over the next four years by the 2017 Champions League finalists.
Ronaldo is still fresh from Portugal's ouster from the FIFA World Cup by Uruguay, with the next few set to unravel where the future of one of the greatest players lie.
Manchester United could easily be the next destination for Ronaldo, but the United hierarchy are yet to make an offer for the United favourite.
There have been reports that United could carry out a Ronaldo-Lukaku swap deal, but nothing is certain yet.
In deciding where Ronaldo will play next season, it is very correct that only the money bags will be able to lure him from Real Madrid if he decides to move eventually.