Cristiano Ronaldo Could Quit Juventus In 2020 (See Why)
Ronaldo is extremely disappointed at the Bianconeri’s Champions League quarter-final exit against Ajax.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner could look to cut his stay in Italy short after suffering Champions League disappointment.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s next season at Juventus could be his last, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Portuguese superstar is thought to be extremely disappointed at the Bianconeri’s Champions League quarter-final exit against Ajax, and the result has caused him to re-think his stay in Turin.
However, Ronaldo does have a contract until 2022 with the Serie A giants, but there are rumours that, if Juventus do not win the Champions League next season, he will look to force his way out.
Former Manchester United defender Paul Parker believes the Red Devils need to make as many as six new signings in the summer transfer window.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were comprehensively beaten by Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals with many believing that the club needs to overhaul the first-team squad to compete at the top of the table once again.
And Parker shares that opinion, suggesting Solskjaer needs three new defenders, two midfielders and a centre forward.
Former Real Madrid boss Fabio Capello has claimed the club have a huge transfer budget of €500 million (£430m/$560m) in the summer.
The likes of Eden Hazard, Paul Pogba and Neymar have all been linked with moves to the Spanish capital, with the Liga giants seemingly having the necessary financial budget to faciliate two or three mega deals.
And Capello, who has had two spells in charge at Madrid, has leaked what he has been told is their budget: “I was in Barcelona and I was told that this year Real Madrid have €500m to spend.”
The La Liga giants will try to strike a player-plus-cash deal for the young forward.
Barcelona are considering offering either Philippe Coutinho or Malcom to Manchester United to convince them to sell Marcus Rashford, according to Mundo Deportivo.
United are thought to be interested in signing the former Liverpool man and Barcelona are willing to part ways with either of the Brazilians.
However, Rashford is considered a key part of the Red Devils’ future and is a fan favourite, meaning the Catalan giants have a real battle on their hands if they want to bring him to Camp Nou.