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Three Potential New Strike Partners For Cristiano Ronaldo Next Season

As Gonzalo Higuain's future in Juventus continue to the linger, we look at three possible strikers that could partner Cristiano Ronaldo next season...

It is no longer secret that Juventus need to boost their attack as Ronaldo remains the only focal point and regular scorer for the old ladies. The Portuguese star has done tremendously well this season scoring a whopping 28 league goals so far despite limited support, his contributions have kept Juventus on course for another Seria A title. But if they are to challenge for greater things, he will be a better support upfront. Fiorentina is supportedly in advance talks with Higuain and could get their man sooner.

Here are the three potential strike partners of Cristiano Ronaldo next season.

1. Arkadiusz Milik

Maurio Sarri is a great fan of Milik who signed him in 2016 for Napoli. Milik struggled to make an impact due to series of injuries he sustained. But has been fully fit and has hit the ground running by scoring week end workout for the Naples. Napoli no has hinted that the striker might leave Napoli if the right offers come and Juventus have been alert..

2. Mario Mandzukic

The Croatian international spoke about their understanding with Cristiano Ronaldo sometime back in 2018 before he departed to Doha based club Al-Duhail Sports Club after Maurio Sarri preferred G. Higuain to the 33-year-old. He might possibly return to Turin to finish what he started, should Higuain leaves..

3. Patrick Schick- RB Leipzig

The 24-year-old is on loan from Roma and was a huge success in Liepzig. He scored 10 goals in 22 appearance to help Leipzig qualify for the Uefa Champions League.... Leipzig are considering actualizing the loan deal to a permanent deal but face competition with Juventus who are reportedly interested.

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