Cristiano Ronaldo could end his career at Juventus, after super-agent Jorge Mendes insisted that the superstar is 'happy' to remain at the club and work alongside coach Maurizio Sarri.
Ronaldo joined I Bianconeri in the summer of 2018, off the back of eight years at Real Madrid, and he led his new side to their eighth consecutive Serie A title in his first season at the club.
However, the 34-year-old has been in and out of the Juventus side this season due to injury, but during an interview with Sky Sports Italia, Mendes confirmed that Ronaldo is 'happy' in Turin, claiming he could see out the rest of his career in Serie A.
"Yes, I think so. He signed a contract with Juventus, he is very happy at Juventus and he is also happy with the coach. He's happy with everything," responded Mendes, when asked if his star client will end his career with the Old Lady.
There had initially been concerns over the relationship between Ronaldo and Juve boss Sarri, when the striker stormed down the tunnel upon being substituted against Milan in November, fuelling rumours that the ex-Manchester United star was becoming unsettled in Italy.
Those reports were calmed by Ronaldo himself, however, when he admitted to carrying an injury which had been affecting his ability on the pitch for a number of weeks.
Ronaldo played a key role in La Vecchia Signora's 3-1 victory over Udinese on Sunday afternoon, scoring twice in the first half to put the game well-beyond their opponents.
Juventusi have successfully qualified for the final 16 of the Champions League, where they will face Lyon to compete for a place in the quarter-final. Sarri's side finished top of Group D, winning five and drawing only one of their six matches.
Ronaldo has previously stated his keenness to win the Champions League with a third club, and this may be the catalyst for him to see out his contract in Turin.