CRISTIANO RONALDO could make an incredible return to Real Madrid for a cut-price fee, according to reports.
Juventus may be forced to cash in on their main assets in order to balance the books following the global spread of coronavirus.
With football coming to a halt, clubs across Europe are dealing with the financial implications as they struggle with a lack of revenue.
Ronaldo left the Bernabeu for Turin in 2018 in a £100million deal with wages thought to be around £510,000-a-week.
But reports in Italian publication Corriere dello Sport report how the Old Lady may consider letting him leave for £50m to ease the financial burden with Real interested.
Ronaldo won eight major pieces of silverware in Madrid including four Champions League titles.
Juventus landed the 35-year-old in their quest to end their 14-year wait to become European champions.
However Real could look further towards the future having made Paris Saint-Germain’s Kylian Mbappe their top priority.
Zinedine Zidane’s side were hopeful of landing the France World Cup winner this summer but have been forced to shelve plans until next summer over the coronavirus disruption.
AS report how they will be encouraged by the fact that his value will continue to drop from £189m to £132m.
That is due to the huge dip in the market over the pandemic and the fact that Mbappe is refusing to extend his contract in Paris.
His current deal ends in 2022 meaning he’ll have just one year left on his contract at the end of next summer.