Juventus training session, (c) Cristiano Ronaldo Twitter.

Juventus put a price tag on Cristiano Ronaldo as exit talks intensify

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Juventus is set to be the talk of the town for the next two months amid interest from Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.

Now that Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal has been knocked out of the European Championship, the Juventus forward has started to ponder over his future. At the moment, he has shown little interest in renewing his contract at the club and with just one year to go, the Bianconeri prefer to sell off their record-signing in this transfer window than for free.

Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain are the two clubs most interested in his services and the Old Lady of Turin has named its price tag for Ronaldo, as per Gazzetta dello Sport. Juventus will expect a fee of 30 million euros for the 36-year-old, who they signed three years ago for 112 million euros including bonuses.

Paris seems to be the most attractive destination for Ronaldo from a financial and sporting perspective. PSG will have no difficulty in fulfilling Juve’s asking price and can also offer a hefty wage to Ronaldo. That said, he will be the perfect short-term option for them to pursue if Kylian Mbappe refuses to renew terms beyond next season.

United, on the other hand, could grant Ronaldo a few more years in the Premier League- a division which is considered the pinnacle of a footballer’s career. However, the Red Devils seem to be focused on different goals at the moment as their attentions have now turned to signing Raphael Varane, having closed in on Jadon Sancho a few days back.

Although his suitors are currently limited to just two, a 30-million price tag on Ronaldo is likely to attract wider interest in case his departure starts to look imminent. Where do you see the Portuguese superstar plying his trade next season onwards?