According to Il Messaggero, Cristiano Ronaldo informed his teammates of a Juventus exit, recently.
The Juventus star has informed his teammates that he wishes to leave the Allianz Stadium.
The Portuguese superstar is presently training to play for Portugal in Euro 2020 in his homeland.
Despite this, he has fueled rumours of a move away from Turin this summer by talking to his Juve teammates.
To them, allegedly, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr has declared that he had “achieved his aims in Italy”.
The 36-year-old joined Juventus in July 2018 and he has indeed seen no small success with them,
He has won two Scudetti, one Coppa Italia, and two Supercoppa Italiana during his stint with the Old Lady.
Rumors of Ronaldo Retiring from Juve
In recent weeks, though the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has been linked with a return to Manchester United.
After mooting a potential move to Real Madrid, reports have also cited Sporting CP and Paris Saint-Germain as potential destinations.
Jorge Mendes has thus denied speculations of a return to Lisbon for his representation.
Now though, Il Messaggero predicts that the Exor shareholders’ meeting this summer could authorize his departure.
Far from Ronaldo being a loss to Juve, the expensive superstar leaving could be a capital boost for the Bianconeri.
According to the newspaper, the Portugal captain has already informed his teammates that he wishes to quit the club this summer.
So, at Continassa, Cristiano Ronaldo informed his teammates of a Juventus exit.
Such a move would be bringing his time with the Bianconeri to a conclusion after 133 appearances and 101 goals.
Ironically, Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus’ most expensive player, just celebrated, on Instagram, scoring 40 goals this season for the 11th time.
Scoring just over a century of goals for the club, Ronaldo is also the Best Serie A Scorer for 2020-2021.