Cristiano Ronaldo has already made a name for himself at Euro 2020. The Portuguese international shot down Hungary last time and scored two goals when his side took a 3-0 win. And with France in his sights next, it’s time to look at his current situation as the veteran is linked to Manchester United and PSG.

Portugal go into today’s game against Germany to win two of two wins at Euro 2020.

You weren’t at your best last time against Hungary, but you won anyway. Ronaldo scored twice and Raphael Guerreiro also scored.

And now it’s the turn of the Germans.

Joachim Lowe’s team is no longer the same team as in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, which defeated the hosts 7-1 on the way to the final.

But they will still be formidable opponents, especially given the need to win after losing to France last time.

Ronaldo will inevitably go into the game to leave his mark.

And the 36-year-old will enter the competition speculating about his future. Two clubs seem interested in snapping him up.

When Juventus spent £ 100m in the 2018 summer transfer window to sign Ronaldo from Real Madrid, they believed they had secured the ticket to Champions League glory.

But even though the Portugal international was a huge hit and has already scored over 100 goals for the club, it feels like his arrival actually held them back.

Juventus plans to remove Ronaldo from their wages bill this summer due to the coronavirus crisis, with Massimiliano Allegri’s team having to sell before they can spend a lot of money on fresh faces.

And Gazzetta dello Sport reported earlier this month that he only had two options: a return to Manchester United or a move to France with Mauricio Pochettino’s PSG.

United had initially made it clear that they would not sign Ronaldo again.

But that attitude seems to have changed lately as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reportedly still open to seeing his former teammate again.

The Glazers had also been rumored to have actually had talks with Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes about a sensational return to Old Trafford.

And then it was alleged that United had offered him a two-year deal, with Ronaldo staying open-minded while keeping his options open.

Meanwhile, PSG is also in the mix.

The Ligue 1 giants have yet to secure the long-term future of Kylian Mbappe, who is wanted by Real Madrid before the 2022 summer transfer window.

And with PSG determined to win the Champions League, Ronaldo seems like the ideal short-term solution.

The player himself appeared to be saying goodbye to Juventus recently, saying on social media: “The life and career of any top player is made up of ups and downs.

“Year after year we meet fantastic teams with exceptional players and ambitious goals, so we always have to do our best to maintain our top level.

“We couldn’t win Serie A this year, congratulations to Inter on the title they deserve. However, I have to appreciate everything we have achieved at Juventus this season, both collectively and individually.

“The Italian Supercup, the Italian Cup and the trophy for the top scorer in Serie A make me happy, especially because of the difficulty they bring in a country where nothing is easy to win.

“With these successes I have achieved a goal that I had set myself since the first day I arrived in Italy: to win the championship, the trophy and the super cup and also to become the best player and top scorer in this great football country with great players, huge clubs and a very unique football culture.

“I’ve already said that I don’t chase records, records chase me. For those who don’t understand what I mean by that, it’s very simple: football is a collective game, but by overcoming it individually we help” our teams achieve theirs Aims.

“It is always the search for more and more in the field, more and more working outside the field, that eventually records emerge and collective titles become inevitable, with one being the natural consequence of the other.

“So I’m very proud of this fact, which has been widely repeated in recent days: champions in England, Spain and Italy; cup winners in England, Spain and Italy; super cup winners in England, Spain and Italy; best player in England, Spain and Italy; top scorer in England, Spain and Italy; over 100 goals for a club in England, Spain and Italy.

“Nothing compares to the feeling of knowing that I have left my mark in the countries where I have played and that I have made the fans of the clubs I have represented happy.

“This is what I work for, that moves me and that is what I will always be looking for until the last day.

“Thanks to everyone who took part in this trip! We stand together!”

And Ronaldo, speaking at Euro 2020, recently insisted that transfer speculation didn’t worry him.

“I’ve been playing at the highest level for many years, that doesn’t bother me,” he said.

“Maybe I would have had a few sleepless nights when I was 18 or 19, but I’m 36.

“Whatever comes will be for the best, regardless of whether you stay with Juve or are transferred.

“The decisive factor now is the euro, it’s my fifth euro, but for me it’s like my first euro. We want to play a good game with good thoughts from the first to the last game. “