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Serie A: Cristiano Ronaldo is outraged by speculation about his departure from Juventus Turin

Serie A: Cristiano Ronaldo is outraged by speculation about his departure from Juventus Turin

Ronaldo added: “Even more than the way I treat me as a person and a player, the suspicious media reports about my future are a lack of respect for all the affected clubs, their players and staff.”

In the past few weeks, several newspapers have linked Ronaldo to many of the biggest clubs in Europe. Because the 36-year-old is said to be unhappy in Turin after three failed Champions League attempts a year before his contract expires, there have been rumors about a move to Paris Saint-Germain or his club Sporting Lisbon as well as speculation about a return to title-winning Real Madrid. Spanish record.

Corriere dello Sport only reported on Tuesday that Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes has offered the former world footballer to English champions Manchester City.

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In particular, frequent publications about the return of Real Madrid annoy Ronaldo, who has won four times with the Royal in the first division in Europe and won two titles in the tournament, apparently a lot. “My story at Real Madrid is written in words and figures, with awards and titles, in records and headlines, at the Bernabeu and in the minds of the fans,” the former European champion wrote. Especially since Real Madrid coach Carlos Ancelotti recently denied all the rumors of Ronaldo on social media: “I don’t want to have him.”

Cristiano Ronaldo (left) and Carlo Ancelotti during their time together at Real Madrid

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Ronaldo: No commitment to Juventus

Ronaldo’s comment stated that all transfer reports were unfounded: “There have been regular reports of alleged news and stories linking me to a number of clubs in different leagues without anyone bothering to know the truth.”

The most important thing for Ronaldo was his focus on his work and his readiness for the challenges ahead: “Everything else is just talk.”

But in his fiery message, there was a significant detail missing: the commitment to Juventus.

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