September 18, 2021

Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer decision not made despite informal compensation talks

Cristiano Ronaldo has not indicated to Juventus that he intends to leave the club this summer, according to Italian club vice-president Pael Neved.

The future of the Portugal international has been hotly debated this summer as it enters the final year of its contract with the Serie A giants. Ronaldo has not yet indicated whether he will extend his stay with Juventus this summer or look for pastures.

Ronaldo’s contract with Juventus is set to expire in 2022 and he has no plans to lose the Italian midfielder on a free transfer next summer. He is hoping to agree a new deal that will keep him at the club until at least 2023. If he fails to do so, chances are he will win the Euro 2020 Golden Boot. ۔

The five-time Balloon DR winner is currently on vacation with his family after attending the European Championships. Despite uncertainty about his future, Nedweed confirmed that the club has no indication of its intention to move this summer.

“No one from Cristiano Ronaldo has told us he wants to leave, I expect him to be with us. We look forward to him returning from vacation on July 25,” Nedved said. Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.

Paris Saint-Germain is used as the front If Ronaldo decides to find pastures this summer. The League 1 club is active in the transfer market and their recruitment is said to have caught the eye of the Portuguese superstar.

In the presence of former Real Madrid stars Angel Di Maria, Calvary Navas and Sergio Ramos, Ronaldo will be seen choosing PSG over other supporters. The French club is expected to hold informal talks already With forward agents regarding potential pay demands.

Apart from PSG, Ronaldo’s former club Manchester United is also interested. The Red Devils have reportedly offered their former player a million 17 million annual contract to return to Old Trafford this summer.

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo last played for Juventus on March 8 against Inter Milan
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