The rumors that for a long time now indicate that Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Juventus at the end of the season seem to begin to have foundations. It is that on Sunday night seven of the cars that the Portuguese striker has in Turin were loaded into a moving truck of a renowned Portuguese company, so his future would be far from the Italian institution.
The video of the moment in which several people work to upload the luxurious cars was broadcast by the Spanish program El Chiringuito, who took the images of Per Semper Calcio. The images would be further proof that the future of CR7, who on Saturday turned the victory of Vecchia Signora into the consecrated Inter, is far from Italy.
Luciano Saroglia, a neighbor of the striker, confirmed on 'Radio Punto Nuovo' that the viral video told the truth: "When Ronaldo arrived three years ago, I saw two trucks unload cars here. Yesterday they came to remove them, I saw Ronaldo control everything and talking to the drivers, they didn't do it in Italian. CR7 was a good neighbor: there was never a party. Besides, living here, they increased the controls a lot".
In the absence of a date for the end of Serie A, Juventus marches in fifth place, one point behind Milan, which for now occupies the last qualifying place for the next edition of the Champions League. According to Tuttosport, Ronaldo has already warned that if Juventus doesn't access the maximum European club tournament, he will seek a way out for which he has two suitors: Manchester United, where he already knew how to play and shine, and PSG.
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Dolores Aveiro expressed her wish that CR7 return to the team from its beginnings and left a hopeful message for the Verdiblancos fans. "I'm going to travel to Turin to speak with him. Next year he will play in Alvalade (Sporting stadium), I'm going to convince him", the woman told a few days ago to the group of fans who came to his house to celebrate the consecration in the Portuguese league after 19 years.
In addition, in the first days of May, the Record of Portugal newspaper had dawned with the headline "Ronaldo wants to end up at Sporting" on its front page. And last but not least, the former Real Madrid player bought the most expensive apartment in Lisbon in April.