For Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus, the future isn’t at all a clarity, with rumors the talisman could quit the Allianz Stadium in June.
Its been nearly two weeks since Cristiano Ronaldo stormed off, after his substitution, and surprisingly the case is yet to be closed.
Ronaldo would go on to score an impressive four goals in two games to help Portugal qualify for the Euro 2020 and as well cast a stern warning that he’s not being well utilized under the care of Maurizio Sarri.
The veteran striker was solely recruited on the basis of his outstanding Champions League resume. However, according to reports from El Chiringuito TV via Calciomercato, Ronaldo could leave Juve at the end of the season if he cannot bring the trophy to Turin.
The Portuguese since arriving has scored a total of 34 goals and provided 12 assists in 57 appearances. However, the numbers seem to have been on a decline, boasting of just 6 goals and two assists in the current campaign.
Much could be attributed to the change in the dugout, with Sarri taking Allegri’s place in the summer. The manager is yet to return the talisman to his best, with the international break proving the biggest evidence thus far.
Following the rumors, Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a possible return to his parent club Sporting Lisbon, although that is quite unlikely at his current stage.
He is also been linked with a second adventure at Manchester United, a move to Paris Saint Germain or a new experience in MLS. Juventus, however, know the assets they’ve got, and would most likely wipe the slate to keep Ronaldo and all his endorsements at Turin for as long as possible.