The future of Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus it is not at all clear. Although the Portuguese has a year and a half left on his contract with the Italian entity, it does not seem certain that the Bianconeri can keep the Portuguese in their team beyond what he has signed. The intentions of the star are to continue in Turin, where he is fully adapted, but your agent, Jorge Mendes, has decided to put you on the market to try to find a destination in which they are assured beyond June 2022.
This has been revealed Eduardo Inda at El Chiringuito de Jugones: “Cristiano Ronaldo ends his contract with Juventus in two years and Jorge Mendes is already trying to place him”. “They say that in Italy they would not renew him despite the tax advantages. There are several interested clubs, such as United or PSG. Bayern do not love him, “said the director of OKDIARY in the exclusive section you have in the sports space you run Pedrerol.
Medes would have decided to look for Cristiano’s team in case the Juventus could not extend the relationship of the Portuguese crack beyond the 2021-2022 season. The high record of CR7 exceeds 30 million euros, to which should be added the taxes that it entails and that are borne by the club. The difficulties they already had when signing him could be repeated by offering him the renewal, with the possibility that the Vecchia Signora cannot assume it.
Contacts with PSG and United
The forward’s representative would not be wasting time and would have already consulted several teams about the option of signing the five-time Ballon d’Or winner. Among the clubs to which he would have offered his footballer would be PSG and Manchester United. The two teams have plenty of financial muscle to be able to take charge of Cristiano’s high salary and his arrival would give them a leap in quality that they both seek. However, they still have not given an answer.
Another of the teams that Mendes would have contacted about what may happen in the future is the Bayern Munich. The current European champion is an absolute candidate to dominate continental football in the coming years, so Cristiano’s arrival at Allianz would reinforce his hegemony. But nevertheless, the German giant would have ruled out the option of signing the Juventus attacker.