Former Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo turns 34 today and Juventus are reportedly lining up three birthday presents for the superstar.
The Portuguese forward has scored 19 goals for the Old Lady since his shock move from Real Madrid to Juve in the summer for around £100m as they look to retain their Serie A title and make a push for a Champions League triumph too.
Real had won the last three Champions League titles in a row but without Ronaldo or Zinedine Zidane, their task of making it a fourth looks unlikely at best.
With the Turin outfit looking to fill the power vacuum, it means that more Galactico signings are on the horizon.
There is already strong speculation that Aaron Ramsey will join on a free transfer from Arsenal at the end of the season.
CalcioMercato are reporting that three more transfers are in the pipeline – to keep Ronaldo happy.
They report that Isco, Marcelo and James Rodriguez could all make the move to the Juventus Stadium.
The Brazilian has been left out of several starting XIs since Santiago Solari was made manager and another outcast could be following him.
Isco has not started a La Liga match since Julen Lopetegui’s last match in charge – a 5-1 demolition in El Clasico.
The Spaniard is not happy under the current regime and a move in the summer looks likely.
Rodriguez is also not experiencing the best of seasons, frequently finding himself on the peripheries of the Bayern Munich team.
His loan expires in the summer, with a option to buy unlikely to be taken up.
The Colombian got on well with Ronaldo during their time together at the Bernabeu, and a reunion looks on the cards according to CalcioMercato.
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