Juventus no longer consider Cristiano Ronaldo 'non-transferable' at the club. Despite the initial response to yet more Champions League disappointment being that Ronaldo wouldn't leave, Juve aren't exactly against the idea either. The Old Lady won't consider letting Cristiano go for anything less than €60m but shifting his wages would allow them more financial room in their own rebuilding process.
According to TMW, no one at Juventus is safe from being sold this summer. Like Barcelona, Juve have an ageing squad and must turn to youth in order to create a new cycle.
PSG are keeping an eye on developments and could make a move once the Champions League has concluded. Jorge Mendes has already been offering out Cristiano to Europe's biggest clubs ever since Juventus were eliminated from the same competition.