Ronaldo tells Juventus teammates, he’s leaving
Cristiano Ronaldo, the Juventus star, has told his teammates that he is considering leaving the Bianconeri this summer.
Reports by Marca indicated that Ronaldo had a dressing room meeting with his teammates, stating he plans to leave the club.
The 36-year-old informed his teammates that he had already achieved his goal when he joined the Serie A giants.
Ronaldo’s current contract with Juventus will expire in 2022, but the Portugal captain has been linked with an exit for the past several months.
The forward joined Juventus from Real Madrid in the summer of 2018 after nine years at Santiago Bernabeu.
The former Manchester United star has since scored 101 goals and made 22 assists in all competitions for Juventus.
During his three-year stint at Juventus, the club has not won the Champions League despite winning numerous other titles, what many consider a disappointment.
Following Juventus’ exit from the Champions League in the round-of-16 this season, speculations have strengthened that Ronaldo may want to leave the club sooner rather than later.
Ronaldo can leave this summer even with a year left in his current contract with Juventus.
He has drawn the interest of Manchester United and Sporting CP in the past.