- Cristiano Ronaldo could be bought for £50million by Real Madrid to ease Juventus of their financial pressures
- The 35-year-old joined the Turin giants in 2018 for a massive £100m shortly after winning his fourth Champions League title
- Real Madrid are also looking to withhold the signing of French star Kylian Mbappe from PSG next summer
Cristiano could make a sensational return to his former club Real Madrid, according to reports.
Serie A champions Juventus could be forced to sell the 35-year-old for a cut-price in order to remain in business amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many clubs across Europe are finding it hard to cope financially due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus as they struggle to make revenue
CR7 unceremoniously left the Santiago Bernabeu for Juve shortly after helping Real win the 2018 Champions League for a £100million.
It is understood the Portuguese legend earns around £510,000-a-week and according to Corriere dello Sport, the Bianconeri may consider to let him go back to the Spanish capital to relieve their financial pressure.
The former Man United star won eight major trophies in his nine-year romance at Madrid including four Champions League titles.
The Old lady signed Ronaldo in a quest to end their 14-year wait to win the elite competition but were knocked out at in the last eight of the competition.
But Los Blancos could tend towards the Portuguese captain despite making Paris Saint-Germian Kylian Mbappe their main target for next season.
Zinedine Zidane's side were hopeful of landing his compatriot in the summer but have been forced to postpone their next summer plans due to the global pandemic.
According to AS, Madrid will be encouraged by the fact that the World Cup winners' value will continue to drop from £189m to £132m.
Mbappe is currently refusing to extend his contract in Parc des Princes meaning he will have just a year left on his contract from next summer.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo did 142 toe touches on a mat under 60 seconds to set a mark for his fans to beat in his new Living Room Cup challenge.
The 35-year-old is currently self-isolating with his family amid the global pandemic in his hometown of Madeira in Portugal.
CR7 has now set up a StayAtHomeChallenege on social media that will leave his fans who dare to try the routine sweating through their pants.
The Portuguese icon did 142 toe touches in 45 seconds and has urged fans to join him in the challenge.
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