Cristiano Ronaldo has now confirmed his transfer plans amidst links to PSG, Juventus, and a return to Real Madrid this summer, MySportDab reports.
Ronaldo has denied the possibility of him leaving Juventus this summer and says that the rumours are completely ‘disrespectful.’
The Portuguese Legend is focused on staying with the Serie A giants in Italy.
According to reports, Juventus are ready to sell Ronaldo, as a free agent next summer.
Reports this week claim that Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes has offered him to Manchester City for only £25m.
MySportDab understands that PSG are not interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo this summer.
According to Spanish Newspaper El Chiringuito, Real Madrid were planning to bring back Cristiano Ronaldo, but Coach Carlo Ancelotti has denied the reports.
In response to the rumours surrounding his future Cristiano Ronaldo has released a 286-word statement on social media on Tuesday evening.
The Full Statement From Cristiano Ronaldo:
‘People know me and how focused I am on my work,’ Ronaldo said.
‘Do more and talk less, this has been the main motto since the start of my career. However, i have to make my position clear because of what has been said recently.
‘It is very disrespectful for me as a man and as a player, the way my future is being discussed in the media and also disrespectful to all the clubs involved in the rumours.
‘My story at Real Madrid is done. It’s recorded already. In words, numbers, trophies and titles, in records and in headlines at Real Madrid.
‘Above what I achieved at Real Madrid, I remember that in those nine years I had a deep connection with the Real Madrid fans and they will continue to be in my heart.
‘In Spain, there have been frequent news linking me with a number of clubs i different Leagues, with nobody concerned about the actual truth.
‘I’m breaking my silence now because people can’t keep on playing around with my name.
‘I am totally focused on my career and my work, committed and prepared for all the challenges in front of me. Everything else is talk.’
Cristiano Ronaldo joined Juventus in 2018 for a £100m fee and has scored 101 goals in 133 matches for the Serie A giants.
Ronaldo has guided Juventus to two Scudetto titles and one Coppa Italia trophy, but has failed to win the Champions League trophy.