Cristiano Ronaldo is set to stay at Juventus amidst all the rumours of him leaving that surfaced after the Euros. The 36-year-old’s €30m-a-year contract runs out next summer and Juventus risk losing him for nothing in 2022 unless they sell the forward this summer or offer him a new deal.
The Portugal international was believed to be frustrated at the end of the season when former Juve boss Andrea Pirlo benched him because of “fatigue” for their final game of the season.
He posted on his Instagram account after the conclusion of the campaign to say he had accomplished everything he had wished to achieve since arriving in Italy, comments which led to speculation over his future. Ronaldo is costing Juventus £52m a year and he earns £25m after tax.
The 36-year-old centre back is a free agent after his contract expired last month but Juventus are confident he will sign a new deal.
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