Cristiano Ronaldo could be on his way out of Juventus after three seasons in Turin, the most recent of which has lacked the kind of domestic success that the Old Lady has become accustomed to.

Ronaldo has been tipped for a stunning comeback to Manchester United, where he first showed indications of world-class skill.

Inter Milan's Serie A triumph meant Juventus missed out on a tenth consecutive league title, with Ronaldo's side only confirming their place in next season's Champions League on the penultimate day of the season.


Such poor results were plainly not acceptable by those at the top of Juve's hierarchy, who had had enough of club legend Andrea Pirlo as a manager and parted ways with him shortly after the season ended.

Despite replacing Pirlo with Massimiliano Allegri as soon as possible, Ronaldo appears to be pondering a move elsewhere.

Allegri has already had one highly successful spell at the club, winning five consecutive league titles, four Coppa Italia crowns, and twice reaching the Champions League final - unquestionably the kind of resume that would make any player sit up and take notice.

However, as Ronaldo mulls over his future in terms of next season, it could be too little, too late.

The five-time Balon D'Or winner was sure that he would quit if Juventus failed to qualify for the Champions League, but reports claim he is still undecided.

Juve are facing the scary possibility of having to choose between cashing in on their star player this summer or losing him for free next year, with only one year left on his contract in Turin.


According to recent sources, Ronaldo considers a return to Manchester United to be his ‘priority,' in a move that would definitely make headlines around the world of football.