CRISTIANO RONALDO's proposed transfer to Juventus has got the blessing of Emre Can.
Ronaldo is expected to join Juventus this summer after falling out with his Real Madrid bosses.
The Portugal international is understood to have agreed a £106m, four-year contract at Juve.
The Old Lady believe they can afford his wages and £88m transfer fee.
Can was unveiled as a Juve player today after completing his free transfer from Liverpool.
And the Germany international was asked about Ronaldo in his own press conference.
“For any player it would be great to play with someone like Cristiano Ronaldo,” the midfielder said.
“But I do not know whether there was contact between the club and player.
“I am focused on what is mine, but if it did [happen] it would be great.”
Juve are said to have got the backing of car manufacturer FIAT to help sponsor Ronaldo's arrival to Serie A.
The 33-year-old is tipped to leave Real after nine years at the club, during which time he was won four Champions League titles.
Ronaldo is free to sort out his future after Portugal were knocked out of the World Cup at the last-16 stage.
Manchester United and PSG were previously thought to be the only viable clubs willing to pay for Ronaldo's transfer.
But Juve emerged as suitors last week and work on a deal has accelerated since.