Mega Star of Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo finally gave clear signals related to his future at Juventus, which lately has often been the talk of the Italian media.
Over the past few months, speculation that Cristiano Ronaldo’s move from Juventus has indeed been heavily reported in a number of media outlets. It was said that the former Real Madrid was considering leaving this summer.
Some club names have even been heard which are believed to be Cristiano Ronaldo’s destinations. Including one of them the former club, Manchester United or the United States club.
In fact, Crsitiano Ronaldo, who joined in the summer of 2018, was indeed under contract until 2022 in Turin. However, the remaining two-year contract can indeed be redeemed by other teams who are interested in it.
However, while celebrating the second successive Scudetto title he won with Juventus, Cristiano Ronaldo gave an indication that he would survive in Turin.
In the title celebration party, Cristiano Ronaldo uploaded a photo on his Personal Instagram with a caption;
“It’s nice to win two of nine straight Serie A games for Juventus! It looks easy but it’s not!” Ronaldo wrote.
“Year after year with talent, dedication and hard work, you can reach your target and be better than before! Let’s pursue my third Scudetto,” continued Ronaldo.
It seems, the caption has become a clear signal that Ronaldo will indeed survive in Turin next season. Dismiss all wild rumors circulating in European media lately.
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo himself has a major contribution to the success of Juventus won the Scudetto this season. The 35-year-old player recorded 35 goals and 5 assists in all competitions.
31 of them were scored by Ronaldo on the Serie A stage. Unfortunately, this achievement has not been able to take CR7 to become the top scorer because he was unable to compete with Ciro Immobile, who scored 36 goals.
Now, the greatness of a Cristiano Ronaldo is needed by Juventus when they face Olympique Lyon in the second leg round of the European Champions League last 16 next week.
Juve must win the match if they want to go to the quarter-finals.