Cristiano Ronaldo dismisses talk of leaving Juventus

‘I’m happy, I’m at the best club in Italy’: Cristiano Ronaldo dismisses talk of leaving Juventus amid speculation of him joining up with David Beckham at Inter Miami

  • David Beckham said Inter Miami could sign Cristiano Ronaldo in the future 
  • Pressure is also on at Juventus after their Champions League defeat to Lyon 
  • But Portugal international Ronaldo insists he is happy with Juventus

Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo has denied claims that he could leave Juventus and link up with David Beckham’s new MLS side Inter Miami.

Beckham suggested on Wednesday that the new franchise have a chance of signing Ronaldo or Barcelona’s Lionel Messi in the years to come.

Reports in Italy also suggest that the Juventus squad are struggling to understand manager Maurizio Sarri’s instructions with the Italian’s future at the club in doubt.

Cristiano Ronaldo has denied rumours he could leave Juventus for MLS franchise Inter Miami

Owner David Beckham said earlier in the week he could be an Inter Miami signing in the future

But Ronaldo has insisted that he is happy in Italy and is hopeful of adding to his Serie A and Supercoppa Italiana titles that he won with the Turin side last season.  

‘I’m happy,’ Ronaldo told Sky Sports.

‘I’m in the best club in Italy, I’m playing alongside the best players. I’m happy we won trophies last year – and this year I hope to win as well.

‘As an individual I am happy. I went to Juventus to score goals and do my best and I am very happy.’

The atmopshere at Juventus is also tense with pressure increasing on manager Maurizio Sarri

Ronaldo’s comments come a few days after Beckham failed to dampen excited speculation that Messi and Ronaldo, widely considered as the world’s two best players, could one day line up for the club.

‘Well you know what, we’ve got great opportunities down in Miami,’ Beckham said on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday.

‘We’ve been contacted by a lot of different players over possibly coming to join the team.

‘As with any owner, you really want the best players and if we have the opportunity to bring in players like Cristiano or Leo, I have such admiration for them as athletes, if we could bring those players in then great.’

But Ronaldo has insisted his only target remains winning further trophies with the Serie A side



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