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Champion League: Juventus speak on Cristiano Ronaldo’s future after Porto defeat

Juventus has spoken regarding Cristiano Ronaldo’s future on the membership after the group crashed out of the Champions League by the hands of Porto on Tuesday.

The Portuguese’s future grew to become very unsure following the results of the Champions League final second leg in Turin.

Juventus director Fabio Paratici mentioned the celebrity’s contract is “not a right away problem.”

Many relied on Ronaldo to assist the Outdated Woman overturn a 2-1 deficit from the primary leg towards Porto within the final 16 of the competitors.

Juventus went down 1-0 down within the second leg, however Federico Chiesa restored hopes with a brace and took the competition to extra-time.

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Nonetheless, Sergio Oliveira scored once more for the guests leaving the Italian champions needing two extra targets, considered one of which they received via an Adrian Rabiot header.

However time couldn’t permit them to seek out one other, in order that they gained the leg, drew the tie 4-4, however misplaced out on away targets.

Ronaldo was left partially in charge for Juve’s woe as he was within the wall for Oliveira’s free-kick which was not particularly properly hit and went via his legs as he turned his again on the ball.

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The 36-year-old, who was signed from Actual Madrid to assist the Serie A champions win the Champions League is in his third season on the membership, and he’s nonetheless but to win it.

The Portugal captain has one other 12 months on his contract and whereas the membership’s director isn’t ruling out an extension, he’s in no rush to type it out any time quickly.

“There’s nonetheless one other 12 months of contract,,” Paratici advised Sky Sports activities after the sport.

“Cristiano’s contract renewal isn’t a right away problem on the agenda, there’s time to speak about it.”

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