Cristiano Ronaldo ‘no longer plans to play for Juventus’ says manager

Cristiano Ronaldo “doesn’t plan to play for Juventus anymore,” said the club’s manager Massimiliano Allegri on Friday. The Portuguese legend has …

Cristiano Ronaldo “doesn’t plan to play for Juventus anymore,” said the club’s manager Massimiliano Allegri on Friday.

The Portuguese legend has another year of contract with the Italian club but he has apparently told them he wanted to leave.

“Yesterday Cristiano told me that he no longer has any intention of playing for Juventus and that is why he will not be called up for tomorrow’s game,” Allegri said at a press conference on Friday.

It is not yet clear where Ronaldo will go should he go, but there has been much speculation of a possible move to Manchester City, which is sure to annoy the Manchester red half who see CR7 as one of theirs.

City failed in their attempts to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane, who confirmed on Twitter that he will stay with Spurs earlier this week after a move in the summer months.

The transfer window closes on Tuesday.

Ronaldo, 36, has been named FIFA World Player of the Year five times. In 2018 he moved from Real Madrid to Juventus Turin.

He did not start in Juventus’ opening game of the Italian league against Udinese last weekend, but came in the second half and had excluded a goal in stoppage time in the 2-2 draw.

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