With the outbreak of coronavirus, major economic crises are expected in all clubs around the world, and does that pave the way for Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Real Madrid and leaving Juventus?

The Coronavirus has also stopped the life of football activity around the world, which is expected to have a major impact on the future summer transfer market, as the high inflation that has accompanied the Mercato in the last two years will soon end.

European clubs are suffering the specter of losses of more than €5 billion if they decide to cancel competitions and cannot complete them due to the Coronavirus, which could lead some clubs into bankruptcy.

Andrea Agnelli, president of Juventus, has openly declared that football faces its biggest and most serious challenge in its history, corona, an epidemic that could completely destroy the ball and bring it back decades after it has become one of the most expensive industries around the world.

Many clubs have reduced the salaries of their players to cope with the crisis and keep their employees working, and one of those clubs was Juventus, which includes the legend Cristiano Ronaldo, and it became clear that Juventus is in danger if the situation continues for a long time.

According to most predictions that football will not return until June, there is a great doubt that this year will return from the ground up with the emphasis on the need to prevent gatherings of all kinds, and only those who will stand up are those who have the economic capacity.

In light of all this, there have been reports that Cristiano Ronaldo could leave Juventus and head to Real Madrid again, in this report, we take a look at the whole issue.

Why did Cristiano Ronaldo leave Real Madrid for Juventus?

Ronaldo claimed that he left Real Madrid for Juventus because he felt "no longer necessary" in the eyes of Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez.

He added that Juventus expressed his desire to include him in his team, which he felt is a much stronger desire than the desire of the king to stay while pointing out that the departure of Zinedine Zidane played a role in that.

"I felt within the club, especially from the president, that I was no longer seen in the same way as I was at the beginning," Ronaldo said in a 2018 interview with France Football.

"For the first four or five years, I felt like Cristiano Ronaldo, and shortly thereafter, the President looked at me in a way that suggested that I was no longer indispensable if you knew what I meant. That's what made me think about leaving."

Ronaldo's stated reasons for leaving the Spanish capital, of course, may not necessarily tell the whole story.

At the end of his time at Real Madrid, reports began to suggest that Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to increase his pay after the royal victory in the 2018 Champions League.

Ramón Calderón, the former Real Madrid boss, said that the prospect of Neymar arriving - as a substitute - played a role in the decision of the former Manchester United star.

The former Real Madrid boss told Radio Villa Trinidad: "Cristiano asked for a salary increase after winning the Champions League and Florentino refused to do so, and Cristiano was also angry because he heard that Real Madrid would be willing to pay Neymar a lot of money."

"Florentino told him that if he brought a cheque for 100 million euros, he would be allowed to leave, and that's what really happened."

However, Ronaldo denied that the move had arisen as a result of a wage dispute, saying: "If it was about money, I would have moved to China, where I would have won five times what I earned here", [at Juventus] or at Real Madrid. I didn't come to Juventus to get the money. I won the same thing in Madrid, if not more."

Is Cristiano Ronaldo returning to Real Madrid because of the Coronavirus?

The newspaper "AS" published a controversial report when it announced that the Portuguese don may return to Real Madrid due to the expected economic crisis caused by the Coronavirus.

The newspaper explained that the legend of the royal sought a return to Santiago Bernabéu that the economic situation of the capital club is very special, contrary to what is expected at Juventus in the coming period.

The relationship between Ronaldo and President Florentino Pérez is improving and has improved from the last two years, opening the door to the return of the Madeira missile to Zinedine Zidane's battalion.

Logically, the news is not true, as Ronaldo has announced on more than one occasion that he loves to work in Turin and feels comfortable with him and his family, and he is looking forward to bringing the Champions League title to the club's coffers after years of European drought.

But given that Ronaldo could lose a large part of his salary if the situation continues, and given Real Madrid's privileged economic situation, what prevents them from being reunited?

The question remains in Juventus' ability to cope with the economic crisis, Juventus is indeed holding together at this moment, but what will happen in the long run? It's all about money, not sports, so mathematically, the 34-year-old doesn't need to leave Allianz Stadium.