Due to the coronavirus crisis Ronaldo might leave Juventus this summer, and the superstar is believed to return to Madrid.
Juventus are willing to let Cristiano leave as they need to deal with the financial problems that the pandemic caused and the football was suspended indefinitely.
According to some reports from the Italian media Corriere dello Sport, the Portuguese superstar might leave Juve for £50 million and re-join his former club Real Madrid.
Real Madrid are seriously struggling in the frontline since Cristiano's departure in 2018. The 35-year-old Portuguese international left the Spanish club to join Juventus, who gave £100 million to boost their chances to win trophies.
Cristiano Ronaldo spent nine years with Los Blancos and became their goalscorer of all time. The five-time Ballon d'Or winner won eight major honors during his spell with Real Madrid, including four Champions League trophies.
However, whether Real Madrid are going to re-sign Ronaldo or not depends on the potential Kylian Mbappe transfer to Madrid.
Zidane's to priority remains the Paris Saint-Germain star Mbappe, and the Real manager wanted to sign the young Frenchman last summer, but he did not managed to make a deal with PSG for him.
Real Madrid might have real chance to sign the World Cup winner this summer as Mbappe is refusing to renew his contract with the Parisians.
If they sign the 21-year-old, most definitely they will not bring Cristiano back at Bernabeu as Los Blancos are looking to bring some freshness to the squad and Ronaldo is already 35-year-old.