Cristiano Ronaldo has submitted a six-man €500 milllion transfer wish-list to Juventus, according to the Italian press.
The Portuguese striker has already helped Juve win the Serie A title with five games remaining but they came up short in their quest for Champions League glory
Ronaldo, 34, scored in both legs of the Champions League tie with Ajax, but the Old Lady lost out to impressive Dutch outfit Ajax.
Ronaldo was said to be fuming at the defeat and speculation arose about his future but he has dispelled talk of leaving Turin and he will lead their European charge next season.
“It was a year of adaptation and it was a very good one.
“I feel happiness and joy because this team deserved to win the title because we were the best team this season.
“You can’t always win, we tried everything we could but only one team can win the Champions League.
“Next year is another year and it is possible. I will 1000 per cent be at Juventus next season.”
But Ronaldo, according to Corriere dello Sport, has handed Massimiliano Allegri and the Juve board a list of six players to sign this summer.
Two former Real Madrid players feature with midfielder Isco and defender Raphael Varane, who both played with Ronaldo at the Bernabeu and won three successive Champions League trophies with him.
Ronaldo also wants Benfica sensation Joao Felix – a fellow countryman, while Lyon holding midfielder Tanguy Ndombele is also in demand.
Two Serie A stars are also in Ronaldo’s sights – Roma centre-back Kostas Manolas and 21-year-old attacker Federico Chiesa.