Cristiano Ronaldo’s agents are reportedly in the process of assessing which teams would be interested in signing the Juventus striker this summer.
The Portugal international has spent three campaigns at the Allianz Stadium and has another year left before he becomes a free agent.
Italian giants are supposedly open to selling Portuguese superstar ahead of the next campaign, knowing that the five-time Ballon d’Or winning forward will be available for free in one year.
Ronaldo is believed to have recently held talks with new head coach Massimiliano Allegri and, according to ESPN, an exit this summer has not been ruled out by the superstar forward.
It is reported that Ronaldo’s entourage have already started reaching out to clubs, with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United considered two possible destinations for the former Real Madrid forward.
The 36-year-old has managed to found back of the nets 36 times in 44 games last campaign, however, Juve fell well short in the Champions League and relinquished their Scudetto crown to Inter Milan.
Move to PSG seems more likely rather then Man Utd with French outfits are likely to lose their superstar Kylian Mbapped who wants to continue his career at Real Madrid.