Juventus will reportedly give consideration to any realistic offers for Cristiano Ronaldo this summer.
At the halfway point of his planned four-year stay in Turin, Ronaldo has contributed 65 goals from 89 appearances in all competitions.
However, given the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic, it appears that the Portuguese superstar is no longer regarded as irreplaceable by the main figures at the Serie A champions.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, Juventus are prepared to sell the 35-year-old if they receive an attractive bid for his signature.
The report suggests that newly-appointed boss Andrea Pirlo is keen to stamp his own mark on the first-team squad ahead of his first season in charge.
Juventus will allegedly contemplate any offers in the region of £54m, aware that getting Ronaldo's wages off their outgoings would significantly boost the club's financial position.