Fresh off breaking numerous records at the UEFA 2020 European Championships, Cristiano Ronaldo’s future is as blurry as it has ever been at Juventus.

The Portuguese superstar may have failed to lead his country and help them to retain their trophy at the current European football competition, however he did have a rather successful one when it came down to individual accolades and awards.

Of course, CR7 is a winner and wants titles to show how well he has done, however he is in a position to take home the Golden Boot award with his 5 goals so far, with many who use Suomi Veikkaus as one of their best Finnish betting sites likely to have backed a winner.

In addition, he also managed to set a total of 5 new records, whilst he also equalled Ali Daei’s record of 109 goals for his country, meaning he needs just one more to become the all-time leading goalscorer in international football.

However, it would seem that he is unhappy with how things are going at Juventus and that a change of scenery could be something that he decides could be best for him.

The 36-year-old does still have a year left on his contract, but with the club having only just managed to qualify for the UFEA Champions League, Ronaldo is considering his options, despite the arrival of Massimiliano Allegri as manager.

The Old Lady have decided to try and act quickly should Ronaldo hit them with the news that he wants a new challenge and are understood to have identified three new potential targets to recruit should the day come.

Tuttosport per Marca have claimed Juventus’ three-man shortlist to replace Ronaldo includes Gabriel Jesus, Mauro Icardi and Dusan Vlahovic.

Indeed, Man City’s Gabriel Jesus could be a viable option as the Brazilian appears to have struggled a little.

He played second fiddle for much of his time at the Etihad Stadium behind Sergio Aguero, but there is no guarantee that he will be the first choice for Pep Guardiola as the manager has opted to play without a striker many times, whilst Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane is thought to be on his wishlist this summer.

Mauro Icardi could be a viable option and one that is well-known to Serie A fans, with the striker having made his name at Inter Milan.

He has since been at Paris Saint-Germain but has failed to settle, so a move back to Italy could suit him.

Dusan Vlahovic is another name familiar to Serie A fans, as he excelled for Fiorentina last season with 21 goals in 37 appearances, despite the poor overall campaign experienced by the Florence club.