JUVENTUS star Cristiano Ronaldo will definitely stay in Turin this summer, according to reports.
There had been faint rumblings of a potential move away for CR7, with Marseille’s prospective new owner admitting that he “dreams” of signing the Portuguese legend.
CR7 has two years remaining on his current Juventus contractCredit: AFP or licensors
Ronaldo himself has also shown signs of frustration with Maurizio Sarri, having visibly rolled his eyes following his manager’s instructions during a recent match against Torino.
But according to Tuttosport, the 35-year-old remains fully committed to achieving his goals and winning more trophies in Italy with Juventus.
Since swapping Real Madrid for life in Serie A back in 2018, Ronaldo has scooped a league title and a Supercoppa Italiana for his troubles.
And he looks likely to add another Scudetto this time around – with his side now eight points clear of Lazio with six matches remaining.
Ronaldo netted 28 goals in his debut campaign in Italy – his lowest tally since 2009.
But he has already bettered that total this time around, having bagged goals number 31 and 32 against Atalanta at the weekend.
His side could do with another few once the Champions League gets going again next month, however.
Juve will belatedly host Ligue 1 side Lyon in the Round of 16 – having lost the first-leg 1-0 back in February.
Ronaldo has two years left on his current contract, and will be desperate to win a sixth Champions League medal with a third different club.
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