Cristiano Ronaldo ‘decides to leave Juventus’ with two clubs interested in transfer

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Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Juventus at the end of the campaign, according to reports. The Portugal international is said to be unhappy at the club in the wake of two bad results. And he could now be on his way to Paris Saint-Germain or Inter Miami when the transfer window reopens this summer.

Ronaldo has continued to shine for Juventus this season, despite entering the twilight years of his career.

The 36-year-old has scored 23 goals and registered three assists from 24 Serie A matches, while also scoring four times in the Champions League.

However, with the coronavirus crisis severely impacting the reigning Italian champions, talk of a move away has started to gather momentum.

And Spanish website OkDiario claim Ronaldo is ready to leave Juventus this summer – with two bad results behind his thinking.

He’s reportedly still hurting in the wake of the club’s Champions League exit, with the Old Lady exiting the competition to Porto earlier in the month.

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And Ronaldo is unhappy at their recent defeat to Benefento, in a loss that all but ends their hopes of winning the Scudetto for a tenth season in a row.

It’s claimed that, with Manchester United and Real Madrid ruling out a move for the Portugal international, he now has two possible destinations.

PSG could land Ronaldo this summer, especially if Kylian Mbappe leaves and Lionel Messi decides to stay at Barcelona.

And Inter Miami are also hoping to sign the veteran, with David Beckham already admitting he’s keen to attract superstars to the MLS.

Asked what his sales pitch would be to Ronaldo or Messi, Beckham recently said: “To be honest, it’s not a difficult pitch. You just say ‘Miami’ and they’re like, ‘okay!’”

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Beckham also admitted earlier this month that Inter Miami were targeting players of the duo’s stature.

“Without a doubt, those are the type of players that we aspire to bring to our club. I think that the fans would really appreciate that,” he said.

“But, you know, as owners, we want players here that are driven, that want to win, and that’s our priority.

“With Blaise Matuidi and Gonzalo Higuain, these are players that we feel add to the glitz and the glamour of what the club is.

“Going forward, we also want to bring other players in if we have the opportunity to bring some great names in, you obviously mentioned Leo and Cristiano.

“They’ve been at the top of their game for the last 15 years because of hard work. Sir Alex Ferguson was a master at it.

“He didn’t always bring in the best player in the world. He didn’t always bring in the top player. He bought the right player for the club.

“And I think that that’s the one thing that I take into our club, is the player has to be right.”

Meanwhile, Juventus chief Pavel Nedved has moved to play down talk of Ronaldo potentially leaving the club.

“For me, Ronaldo can’t be touched,” Nedved said in an interview with DAZN. “He has a contract until June 30, 2022 and will stay. What happens after that remains to be seen.

“Cristiano, both technically and in terms of image, pushed us towards the peak of football.

“On a technical level, you can’t fault him. He’s scored more than 100 goals in 120 games and he dragged us into the Champions League.

“We can criticise him – we all have to be open to criticism when we make a mistake – but to question his numbers and what he gives us in every game, for me, isn’t fair.

“He’s a simple guy, even if it doesn’t seem like that from the outside.

“Kids will study his physique and his career. He’s the prototype of the modern player who, with immense talent and a lot of work, has achieved incredible goals.”

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