Cristiano Ronaldo‘s departure from Juventus is edging closer after Porto knocked the Turin side out of the Champions League last 16.
The superstar has not helped the Serie A side to win the European title, one of the major goals set out when he joined the club in 2018.
Now, Corriere dello Sport have gone so far as to put a price tag on Cristiano, saying that Juventus would allow him to leave for 29 million euros.
Andrea Pirlo‘s club want to move him on and shift his 31 million euros per year in wages at a time of financial pressure.
Poor results in Europe and an ever-reducing impact on merchandising mean that Cristiano is no longer worth the investment in the eyes of some Juvedirectors.
According to El Chiringuito, Cristiano‘s agent, Jorge Mendes, has even spoken about a possible return to Real Madrid for the former Los Blancos man.