Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo has allegedly moved toward Real Madrid over a potential re-visitation to Santiago Bernabeu in the midst of the ongoing speculation encompassing his future at Juve.
The 35-year-old has an agreement in Turin until the late summer of 2022, however it has been recommended that Juve could hope to move him on toward the finish of the 2020-21 campaign to lessen their compensation financial plan.
According to Marca, Ronaldo is open to the idea of returning to Madrid and has been in contact with Los Blancos to discuss a possible move when he leaves Juve.
The report claims that the Portugal international has had a poor relationship with the Spanish champions since his exit in 2018 but is keen to rebuild bridges.
Ronaldo, who has also linked with a return to Manchester United, has scored 71 times in 94 appearances for the Old Lady, including six goals in five outings this term despite spending time on the sidelines after testing positive for coronavirus.