Juventus superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly named six star signings that the club must make in the summer, in order to bounce back from their exit at the quarter-final stage of the UEFA Champions League and challenge for the trophy next season.
According to the Dailymail, the 34-year-old wants the Bianconeri to pursue Benfica starlet, Joao Felix, who is valued at more than £100 million, with Ronaldo also keen to see former team-mates, Raphael Varane and Isco, in the black and white stripes next summer.
The other names being mooted are Ajax's highly rated centre-back, Matthijs de Ligt, Roma defender Kostas Manolas and Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele. The purchase of these stars would not come lightly, with Juventus needing to spend in the excess of £700m in order to secure their services.
Ronaldo, it is understood, believes that signing these players would not only bolster Juventus' hopes of winning the Champions League, but also significantly weaken their rivals, with a number of top European clubs, in the mix for some of these names.
Ronaldo for his part has enjoyed an impressive debut campaign in Italy and despite missing out on a semi-final appearance for the first time since 2010, he has become the first player to win domestic trophies in the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A.