Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has issued a list of six players who he believes can help the club win the UEFA Champions League next season, according to reports in Italy.
After issuing his commitment to remain at the club after his historic Serie A title success, Ronaldo is said to have engaged in talks with the club's hierarchy about the future plans.
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Juve made no secret that his club-record transfer was based on their desire to lift the most coveted title in European football and with his experience as a five-time winner, it's been claimed he has been approached to recommend players to launch an assault in the 2019/20 season after falling at the quarter-final stage to Ajax Amsterdam this month.
According to Italian sports daily Corriere dello Sport, the Portugal captain has obliged with a list of players, two of which he played alongside at Real Madrid.
The Italian publication claim Kostas Manolas, Tanguy Ndombélé, Federico Chiesa and João Félix from AS Roma, Lyon, Fiorentina and Benfica respectively - are on the list of potential signings.
While Los Blancos duo Isco and Raphaël Varane also come highly recommended by the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.
However, it remains to be seen whether the Bianconeri will have the ability to exercise their financial muscle in the transfer market with recent reports claiming Ronaldo's exorbitant wages has somewhat decreased their transfer budget.