Cristiano Ronaldo will return to Manchester United should Juventus fail to qualify for the Champions League next season.
Juventus, who are currently sat in fourth, saw their Champions League hopes dented over the weekend – when they were held to a draw with Fiorentina.
Should Juve miss out on the Champions League, it’s been suggested that the Old Lady would not able to afford Ronaldo's £27 million contract.
Although Ronaldo's contract is due to expire next summer, Juve could be forced to sell this year, and – according to Tuttosport – PSG and United are front of the queue.
Since Ronaldo left Old Trafford, he has made the Champions League his home-away-from-home: winning the competition on five separate occasions and becoming the competitions record goal-scorer.
With five games remaining: Atalanta sit in second, two points better off than Napoli, Juve, and AC Milan.
Only four places are up for grabs, and with Inter already wrapping one up, one team is set to miss out.
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