Juventus CEO, Fabio Paratici, has dominated out any risk of ahead, Cristiano Ronaldo, leaving the membership this summer time.
Stories had emerged final week that Ronaldo was set to depart Juventus for a return to his former membership, Actual Madrid following their elimination from the Champions League.
The 36-year-old, who had little impression throughout his aspect’s Champions League defeat to Porto, was closely criticized for turning his again on Sergio Oliveira’s free-kick, which ensured the Portugal giants eradicated Andrea Pirlo’s aspect from the competitors.
Reacting to the event, Paratici stated he would do all the pieces potential to make sure the Portugal captain stays on the Allianz.
He additionally insisted that Ronaldo represents the way forward for Juventus.
“It makes me smile. I by no means imagined Ronaldo might be put into query. In my profession, I by no means thought I must focus on about Cristiano Ronaldo, whether or not his switch was optimistic or destructive,” Paratici instructed Sky Italy.
“I grew up in a small city within the Bassa Padana area referred to as Borgonovo Val Tidone, and I heard individuals making these sort of feedback exterior the church or within the bars about Gigi Rivera, Mazzola, Roberto Baggio, Michel Platini. I’d have by no means considered having in the future to debate these sort of issues now at this stage.
“This makes me smile. We’re speaking a few participant who in 2020 scored 41 targets in 38 matches with Juventus.
“He’s presently – not 5 years in the past – high scorer within the Serie A. Ronaldo received 5 Ballon d’Or awards, I don’t know what number of Champions League titles.
“It’s a privilege to have him right here, and we’ll maintain on tight to him. We’re very comfortable to have him right here.”
In the meantime, Ronaldo’s present contract with Juventus will expire in the summertime of 2022.
Ronaldo scored a hat-trick in Juventus’s 3-1 win over Cagliari within the Serie A on Sunday night time.
The previous Manchester United star will hope to guide Juve to victory once they host Benevento on Sunday.