Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Juventus will disappoint Man United, PSG
Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo had previously voiced his displeasure with the Italian giants after barely securing a spot in next season’s Champions League campaign with a fourth-place finish in Serie A. There was a growing belief that he could leave Turin, with Manchester United and PSG said to be interested in the Portuguese legend.
However, according to Talksport, Juve sporting director Federico Cherubini has made it clear that Cristiano Ronaldo will likely stay put.
“We’ve currently received no signal from Ronaldo to leave the club this summer.
“Same from our side. We’re happy to have Cristiano back with us once the new season will start.”
This does seem slightly odd because there was a growing belief that Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to leave the club in pursuit of winning more trophies, particularly on the European stage. But with Cherubini’s latest comments, it would certainly make one think that the 35-year-old won’t depart Juventus.
In three seasons with the Old Lady, Ronaldo has bagged 101 goals in just 133 appearances. He’s been absolutely clinical and without him wreaking havoc on a consistent basis in the final third, it’s hard to imagine where Juve would’ve been.
If Cristiano Ronaldo does remain in Turin, he’ll be looking to lead the Serie A giants to another Scudetto after Inter Milan captured the ultimate prize last term.