Cristiano Ronaldo transfer news update: Juventus star’s mother vows to convince her son for Sporting CP return

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Juventus remains uncertain after a tremendous season by the Italian giants, which saw the club unable to win the Serie A title for the first time in a decade and still miss them completely in Champions League football. And with Ronaldo signing with the star, entering the final year of his contract in Turin, the club has doubts about whether he wants to renew him. Cristiano Ronaldo created history after scoring at Juventus.

If Juventus and Cristiano Ronaldo split up over the summer, given the 36-year-old’s quality and goalscoring record, they will have many suitors and one of them is his former club sporting CP. The Portuguese began their careers with the Lisbon club and their mother Dolores Aveiro is confident that the star will play for them next season. Amid the transfer rumors, Cristiano Ronaldo congratulated the former club Sporting CP.

Dolores Aveiro, who lives in Lisbon, spoke to supporters from her balcony about her son’s future as he celebrated the success of Sporting’s first primary Liga title since 2002. ‘I will talk to her’ [Cristiano] To bring him back, next year he will play in Alwalde [Sporting’s stadium],’ He said.

Cristiano Ronaldo started his career at Sporting Lisbon in 2002 before making big-money moves to Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus. However, with Ballon d’Or five times in his twilight years, a return to his former side could be a great move for both him and the club.

The Portuguese star’s contract at Juventus expires next season and there is no progress in renewal negotiations at the moment. It is understood that the Bianconeri are planning to rebuild in the summer and may be tempted to sell the five-time Ballon d’Or winner to fund the moves of some exciting young talent.

However, in the past the Juventus hierarchy has stated that they will continue to rely on Ronaldo in the future. ‘To me, Ronaldo cannot be touched. His contract is and will remain until 30 June 2022. What happens after that can be seen. ‘ DAZN.

(The above story first appeared on May 14, 2021 09:17 AM IST. For more news and updates about politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website Do).


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