Cristiano Ronaldo might not see his contract out at Juventus

Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo may leave the team before the end of his contract in June 2020, the Spanish newspaper Sport (Barcelona) and the Italian Republic of Lao said.

According to sources from their sources, the Portuguese is extremely disappointed with the elimination of Ajax’s quarterfinals in the Champions League. Ronaldo’s contract is for another two years after this date, or else by 2022. There is no information about Cristiano’s conflicts with other players in Juve. But the assumptions are that he relies too heavily on him and he does not like it.

Ronaldo arrived in Juventus in the summer of 2018 from Real (Madrid), winning the Champions League five times. But after Ajax’s defeat he will not even play in the semifinals for the first time in nine years.

Cristiano Ronaldo himself did not comment on any questions after Juventus had dropped, boosting speculation.

Juventus’ premature exit from Champions League after loss against Ajax will have a huge financial impact to the team. And Ronaldo is far from happy from the way things are going at the moment.