In contrast to Messi, who has been rumored to leave Barcelona, Cristiano Ronaldo has actually denied the issue claiming he will leave Juventus.
The former Manchester United star has been in Turin since the summer of 2018. Cristiano Ronaldo decided to leave after the Bianconeri made up for it with 100 million Euros from Real Madrid.
In the last two seasons, Ronaldo has performed well at Juventus, last season he scored 37 goals and 7 assists in all competitions. His contribution led the Bianconneri to the Scudetto title for the 9th consecutive time.
But unfortunately, the Bianconneri’s performance in the European Champions League is far from satisfactory. They were even eliminated in the last 16 by Lyon.
This is what is claimed to make Cristiano Ronaldo disappointed, so he plans to leave this summer. French giants PSG are claimed to be the most ideal destination for the 35-year-old striker.
However, Ronaldo did not want to let the rumors drag on, he also gave his rebuttal via social media.
In the upload, Georgina Rodriguez’s lover emphasized his ambition to bring Juventus to become champions in Italy, Europe and the World in the upcoming 2020/21 campaign.
“I am ready for my third season as a Bianconero, passionate and ambitious as usual. Goals. Victory. Commitment, dedication. Professionalism.”
“With all the strength and valuable assistance of my team-mates and the entire Juventus staff, we are once again trying to dominate Italy, Europe and the World!” he continued.
The main goal is to make next season a season that is better than last season. Ronaldo is ready to make Juventus fans feel proud of their favorite team.
“Making every year an adventure better than ever and winning everything for our fans and supporters.”
“To be the bearer of the extraordinary and unique spirit that is Juventus, and to live up to its history, to raise our name, values and standards as high as possible,” he concluded.
Juventus itself has appointed Andrea Pirlo to be the main manager, replacing Maurizio Sarri, who was sacked since the failure in the European Champions League.