Real Madrid could bring back Cristiano Ronaldo to Spain as they have shown interest which could only happen for a symbolic price, MySportDab reports.
The Portuguese international left the Spanish outfit after an amazing career which saw them win the Champions League three times in a row.
Real Madrid are now eyeing the possibility of bring back Cristiano Ronaldo to the Stantiago Bernabue for another spell.
There has been news of the player wanting to leave Juventus after their crashing out of the UEFA Champions League against FC Porto.
Los Blancos could bring Portuguese superstar back in the summer window only if a deal could be reached with the payer’s agent.
Real Madrid would only pay a “symbolic price” to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to La Liga from Juventus, according to reports from Cuatro.
The Portuguese ace looks poised to bring the curtain down on his stay at Juventus, a spell that has seen him shatter records but fail to deliver European glory.
Madrid now would only be willing to take him on a one-year deal, for financial reasons, as well as offering a small fee to the Bianconeri.
Although they would be happy to trade a player, such as Isco, to sweeten the bargain and push through for a move in the summer window.
There are also other top clubs in Europe including Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain also interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo.
The owners at PSG was rumored to be hoping to bring in the Portuguese alongside Lionel Messi which could see both players in the same team.