Juventus suffer Cristiano Ronaldo blow amid draw with coronavirus-hit Lazio

Juventus suffer Cristiano Ronaldo blow amid draw with coronavirus-hit Lazio

Thirty-five-year-old five-time Ballon d'Or victor Ronaldo, who joined "The Old Lady" of Italian football in the summer of 2018 after an extended spell in the white of Real Madrid, now earns around FIVE TIMES the salary of Juve's next highest earner, Paulo Dybala, with a reported annual salary of $36.8 million.

The Portuguese superstar has remained in fine form since his arrival at the Old Lady and has won the Serie A title twice with Juventus.

Italian champions Juventus could be preparing for life without Cristiano Ronaldo amid reports that the Serie A side are to consider the Portuguese star's future with the club as concerns grow about their hefty wage bill.

Rumours have started to surface regarding the long-term future of the Portugal global at Juventus, with the five-time Ballon d'Or victor tied to a contract in Turin through to the summer of 2022.

'Today in football we do not know what will happen, ' he told PSGTV.

'Who can buy him? PSG enters this circle.

"As usual, there are opportunities, situations".

"We have our priorities, our lists, but the unexpected can happen".

Juventus appeared to be heading for a win and into second spot after Cristiano Ronaldo's first-half goal but substitute Felipe Caicedo pounced deep in stoppage time.

Leonardo has admitted that PSG could still do business in subsequent windows, despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

"We've had a remarkable run of incredible games with players at the limit and going through Plan A, B and C", he said.

"We can't talk about the amount of money, but it's easy to calculate".

The 35-year-old, who joined the Serie A champions from Real Madrid in 2018, is now on £28m a year in Turin, five times more than the wages of his highest-paid team-mate Paulo Dybala. 'But honestly, at PSG, there is the capacity and the means to overcome the crisis.

That doesn't seem like it would be the most hard thing to do, so perhaps - given Messi's unhappiness at Barcelona - we could be seeing Messi and Ronaldo face off in the Manchester derby soon enough. "But the ambition here is always enormous".

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