​Cristiano Ronaldo has been rumoured to leave ​Juventus in the summer, with a potential financial crisis looming over the Old Lady due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that has brought the footballing world to a standstill.

However, according to leading Spanish outlet, ​Marca, if Ronaldo and Juventus decide to part ways, the Portuguese skipper's options will likely be limited to two - either a return to the Theatre of Dreams or a move to French heavyweights PSG. 

Both teams seem ideal destinations for Ronaldo should he decide to leave the Turin-outfit. The Portguese attacker is still widely admired by the ​Manchester United faithful and even received a warm reception from the crowd when he last visited Old Trafford for a Champions League game with Juventus. 

Meanwhile, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe - two of PSG's biggest superstars - have been linked with an exit from the club in the summer and if either of them are lured to a move away, the French club will likely be on the market for a marquee signing and Cristiano Ronaldo fits the bill.

At 35, Cristiano Ronaldo has not slowed down and continues to be decisive for both club and country. PSG could make the most of Ronaldo's on-field and off-field impact, should they bring in the former Real Madrid star.