Ronaldo Tells Teammates If He Will Remain At Juventus Next Season Or Not

Ronaldo Tells Teammates If He Will Remain At Juventus Next Season Or Not

- Cristiano Ronaldo could end his three-year spell at Juventus this summer

- The Portuguese has reportedly told his teammates that he wants to leave

- Ronaldo finished the season as Serie A's topmarksman with 29 league goals

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Cristiano Ronaldo could end his spell with Italian giants Juventus this summer after reportedly telling teammates that he is done with the club, 90min, Marca.

There have been several reports linking the 36-year-old out of the Allianz Stadium after finishing the season in a disappointing fourth position.

The Bianconeri managed to seal the final Champions League ticket on matchday 38 against Bologna while Napoli failed to defeat Verona in Naples.

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Juve's campaign in the elite competition also suffered a huge setback after being eliminated by Portuguese side FC Porto in the round of 16.

On the other hand, Ronaldo emerged Serie A's topscorer for the first time with 29 goals and 36 in all competitions for Andrea Pirlo's men this season.

The former Real Madrid star won the Coppa Italia this term having won the SuperCoppa and the Scudetto in the previous seasons.

Ronaldo Tells Teammates If He Will Remain At Juventus Next Season Or Not
Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Juventus despite finishing the season on a high note. Photo by Nicolo Campo
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CR7's contract with the Old Lady is set to expire in the summer of 2022 and it is understood that the Portuguese icon has had enough of the club.

And reports claim the he has told his teammates that he wants a new challenge elsewhere after three years in the Italian topflight division.

Paris Saint-Germain has been reported to be his next destination while other reports claim a return to Man United could also be on the cards.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo finished as Serie A's topscorer during his second spell with 29 goals making him the first player to win the Golden Boot in England, Italy and Spain, 90 min.

The 36-year-old's 29 goals was assured that he was going to win Seri A's Golden Boot after Inter Milan's Romelu Lukaku finished the season with 24 strikes.

It is also the first time Ronaldo will be finishing as the season's topscorer in Italy since he joined Juventus from Real Madrid back in 2018.

Source: Sports Brief News