Fabrizio Romano provides an update on Ronaldo’s future at Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo-Juventus

The Portuguese ace has been the linked to transfer-market rumours for a while.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Juventus remains up in the air as he has been heavily linked with an exit from Turin this summer.

The Old Lady’s disappointing season – failing in both Serie A and Champions League – has sparked transfer speculation of the Portuguese ace, although he has a contract running until 2022.

According to famed Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, Juve and Ronaldo are not planning for a new contract.

The Bianconeri, who have been hit financially, are struggling to cope with Ronaldo’s high wages.

The 36-year-old has been the only consistent and probably the best performer of the Old Lady over the last few seasons. Nonetheless, he tops the salary list by a landslide and hence the Old Lady could be relieved to get rid of his services.

Furthermore, the Italian giants are confident they can find a new attacker by generating funds from the transfer of Ronaldo. The report also adds that the Old Lady are waiting for super-agent Jorge Mendes’ decision on whether his client would leave this summer or not.

PSG are one of the possible destinations for the former Real Madrid star should he leave Turin this summer. Les Parisiens are one of the few clubs that can afford the high-end wages of Ronaldo due to their financial strength.

With Kylian Mbappe’s future remaining uncertain, Ronaldo could be a possible replacement for the French World Cup star at Parc des Princes.

Despite being in his twilight, Ronaldo was excellent for the Portuguese national team in Euros – racking up 5 goals in the group stage – before losing to Belgium in the round-of-16.