Well, it looks like Juventus won’t pay Cristiano Ronaldo € 31million a year until he hits his forties.
The Portuguese superstar has a contract with the Old Lady which lasts until the summer of 2022, but at this point it seems unlikely that the two sides will agree on a renewal – especially amid the current financial difficulties. .
The legendary striker had previously said he would like to play until he turns 40, and he would have chosen his last club.
According to Record (via ilBianconero), CR7 wants to end his career at his former club Sporting Lisbon.
Ronaldo joined the capital club in 1997 at the age of 12 and rose through the club’s ranks, ultimately winning a big blow for Manchester United in 2003.
Since then, the Portugal captain has been one of the biggest stars in all sports, winning numerous trophies for the club and the country, as well as countless individual awards and achievements.
If the Lisbon side manage to reach the Champions League by the time Ronaldo breaks free from his contract with Juventus, a deal would be very likely as the player still wants to compete on the bigger stages.
The five-time Balon d’Or winner currently tops the Serie A goalscoring table with 27 strikes to his name.
After scoring a late brace against Udinese on Sunday, Ronaldo is currently just one goal away from his 100th goal for Juventus.