Juventus, like many clubs around Europe, have been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis.
And with the Old Lady looking as though they may miss out on a place in next season’s Champions League, Ronaldo may be cut loose.
He earns roughly £28million a year at Juventus, making him one of the best-paid players in world football.
And while United can be forgiven for looking at younger targets, such as Harry Kane and Erling Haaland, Ronaldo may very well appeal.
Ibrahimovic was a good asset to the Red Devils, scoring 29 goals during his 18 months at the club before leaving for LA Galaxy back in 2018.
And Cavani has done well, too, with the Uruguay international scoring 10 goals from 32 appearances across all competitions.
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