Juventus will accept as low as £25m for Cristiano Ronaldo for him to leave the club this summer, according to Football Italia.
The Italian giants are bracing themselves for life without the superstar following their latest Champions League exit.
Ronaldo arrived from Real Madrid in 2018, with Old Lady chiefs optimistic he could help them to clinch a Champions League title.
However, Juve has failed to advance past the quarter-finals in each of the last three seasons.
At the age of 36, Ronaldo is proving to be a costly asset, with his £28m-per-year salary significantly dwarfing the earnings of his team-mates.
And the reigning Serie A champions are tempted to cut Ronaldo loose this summer, with Paris Saint-Germain interested in landing the four-time Ballon d’Or winner.