Cristiano Ronaldo has given his condition for a return to Real Madrid as his future at Juventus continues to be up for discussion. The Juventus player will have one year left on his contract with the Italian champions in the next few months. Cristiano Ronaldo will have a year left on the four-year deal that he signed when the Portuguese international captain joined the club in the summer of 2018. The 36-year-old was signed to deliver the Champions League title at Juventus but he has not been able to deliver that target in his three seasons with the Old Lady. As a matter of fact, Juventus have not gone beyond the quarterfinals since they signed Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo and Juventus were eliminated in the quarterfinals by Dutch Eredivisie giants Ajax Amsterdam in the Portuguese international’s first season in Turin. Since then, Juventus have been knocked out by French club Lyon and Portuguese team FC Porto in the two seasons since the elimination at the hands of Ajax Amsterdam.
Ronaldo might not be at Juventus next season if he does not sign a new deal and that has led to rumours of a return to former clubs Manchester United and Real Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo would leave for free when his contract expires next summer at Juventus. To avoid the situation of losing him for free, the Italian champions will have to sell him this summer. Recent report from the Daily Mail revealed that Juventus are willing to accept a fee of £25m for the player this summer. Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid to sign for Juventus in 2018 and he could return to the club this summer. According to the publication from Diario Gol, Ronaldo has given his condition for a Real Madrid reunion and it was revealed that the Portuguese player would only return to the club if Zinedine Zidane stays on as manager. Ronaldo was the main player as Real Madrid won three straight Champions League titles under Zidane. The future of the Frenchman is in doubt at Real Madrid after a poor season by the club’s usual high standard.