According to Sky Sport Italia transfer journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, Cristiano Ronaldo has expressed his willingness to play for Juventus.

Reports have been gathering all day from across the Spanish press, then in Portugal where A bola and O Jogo reported that Ronaldo is angling for a move to Turin this summer.

Di Marzio now reports that Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes, who also represents new Juve signee Joao Cancelo, invited the Bianconeri to make an offer for CR7.

According to the report, Juve are giving serious thought about signing the Portuguese forward and the €120m transfer fee is not a stumbling block for the club.

Ronaldo is asking for €30m net per year and Juve President Andrea Agnelli will need to decide whether or not to make the investment.

Tuttosport and others have gone so far as to suggest the club may incorporate FIAT sponsorship deals into Ronaldo’s contract as a way of balancing the books.

Asked earlier about the prospect of signing Cristiano Ronaldo, Juve director Beppe Marotta responded that the story was “a suggestion,” rather than issuing a denial.

Goal Italia, Correire Torino, Marca, AS and a number of other outlets are also reporting the deal.