Cristiano Ronaldo is not going to leave Juventus despite rumours linking the Portuguese superstar with an exit from the Serie A champions in the summer, club director Fabio Paratici has confirmed.
Rumours in recent days and weeks suggested Juventus could look or could be forced to look to offload Ronaldo in the summer due to his 'hefty wages'.
He has since been linked with a sensational return to Manchester United, while PSG sporting director Leonardo refused to rule out a move for the the 35-year-old.
However, Paratici insists the Portuguese is not going to leave the club. "I can reassure you about Cristiano Ronaldo’s future here at Juventus. We don't pay too much attention to transfers rumours, there is lots of news every day," the Juve director told DAZN [via Goal].
Ronaldo remains in great shape and top form, and continues to amass goals for Juventus. He has scored 8 goals for the Old Lady in Serie A so far this season, with the seventh and eighth scored against Cagliari in their recent match as he aided the defending champions to a comfortable 2-0 win.
That victory took Juventus to second place in the points table, but they have played a game more than most other sides.