Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Juventus remains uncertain and Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Sporting are the suitors to take the forward this summer.
That’s according to Gazzetta dello Sport, who say the 36-year-old’s agent, Jorge Mendes has been working on ‘several fronts’ to explore the best options, and the three clubs are named as the only ‘relevant candidates’ to sign him.
It’s claimed the idea of returning to Old Trafford is supported by the Red Devils’ search for a ‘leading point of reference’.
As per the claims, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have offered a two-year contract worth €20m net per season.
With United’s interest in the Portugal international, Juve could explore the possibility of having Paul Pogba included as part of the deal.
The English club, however, are ‘waiting’, and so are other parties involved. That’s because United’s first priority is to complete the Jadon Sancho operation.
Ronaldo, for his part, believes he can still earn €31m annual salary elsewhere, which is why he takes his time to take a decision.
Juventus would be in favour of having Mauro Icardi in exchange for Ronaldo, and they are prepared to pay some money to the Ligue 1 side to conclude the swap deal.
However, this would still depend on the ‘Mbappé affair’ since the Frenchman has a year left on his contract.
Manchester United are in the picture to sign Ronaldo, but Gazzetta state PSG are his ‘first choice’.