There is currently a huge question mark regarding the future of Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo at the club, with several reports claiming that the Portugal international legend could be calling time on his Juventus career. Ronaldo joined the Italian Serie A giants in 2018 in a bid to help them win the UEFA Champions League title but after spending three years in Turin, he has not been able to help them reach that achievement. Juve’s failure to win the Champions League trophy since the arrival of Ronaldo has been largely attributed to the Portuguese forward, with a lot of people weighing so much criticism on him.


The forward is already nearing the final stages of his current contract and has been linked with a move away from the club. He has been linked with a summer transfer move to not only French Ligue 1 heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain, but also to two of his previous clubs Real Madrid and Manchester United. However, while there have been reports that he will neither be sealing a return to Real Madrid or Manchester United this summer, he has instead been touted to move to France.

The attacker has now left the Euros after he and his Portugal teammates were knocked out of the competition by Belgium on Sunday and he now has enough time to sit and reach a decision about his future in the coming days. Ronaldo was hoping to help his country win the Euros title for a second consecutive time but Belgium had other plans for him.

Juventus recently announced that they had completed the return of former manager Massimiliano Allegri and the Italian boss is now expected to convince Ronaldo to commit his future at the club as he will be a key member of the squad in their bid to win titles next season.