Amid the rumors, a teammate of Cristiano Ronaldo revealed the future of the Portuguese

Danilo gave details about the future of Cristiano Ronaldo (REUTERS / Massimo Pinca)
Danilo gave details about the future of Cristiano Ronaldo (REUTERS / Massimo Pinca)

Days go by and Cristiano Ronaldo’s future remains a real unknown. Despite his very good numbers last season (he scored 36 goals – he was the top scorer in Serie A, with 29 wins – and provided 4 assists in 44 appearances), the forward was pointed out by the local press and by the supporters of the Vecchia Signora as one of the culprits of Juventus’ irregular season.

Even the footballer himself fed the exit rumors despite having one more year of contract with the Turin club. “I’ve been playing at the highest level for eighteen years, that doesn’t even tickle me. Whatever comes, it will be for the better. Regardless of whether I continue (at Juventus) or leave, that is not the most important thing at the moment”, He expressed in the middle of the Eurocup, a contest that has him as the top gunner alongside Czech Patrik Schick with 5 shouts despite the premature elimination of Portugal in the round of 16 at the hands of Belgium.

Cristiano Ronaldo would continue one more season at Juventus (REUTERS / Massimo Pinca)
Cristiano Ronaldo would continue one more season at Juventus (REUTERS / Massimo Pinca)

Faced with this panorama, the person in charge of clarifying the panorama a bit was Danilo, winger for Juventus and the Brazilian National Team. “Having him in the team is important for us because it brings an avalanche of goals. He is a dear friend, we know each other from Real Madrid. Will be with us next season”, Held the leading marker. In the White House they coincided between 2015 and 2017.

These words took on even more repercussion after it was leaked that his agent, Jorge Mendes, is currently in Italy negotiating with the leaders of the Juve a possible extension of your link, which expires at the end of June 2022.

CR7 would seek revenge, after a meager season under the leadership of Andrea Pirlo. They lost Serie A after nine Scudettos consecutively and were eliminated from the Champions League in the round of 16 against Porto de Portugal.

The name of Cristiano Ronaldo was linked during this transfer market with different top clubs in Europe. The first was Real Madrid, but quickly the president Florentino Pérez was in charge of banishing any type of rumor. Another option seemed to be Manchester United, where the Portuguese also knew how to shine. However, the Red Devils they bet heavily on the young Jadon Sancho. PSG seemed to have him in their sights, but ultimately did not make any official move.

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