Masimilliano Allegri has backed the Portuguese starman to remain in Turin
Masimilliano Allegri believes Cristiano Ronaldo will remain at Juventus, backing the Portuguese to stay in Turin.
Ronaldo who has less than 12 months on his current contract has been linked with a move away from Juventus.
Reports from Italy indicates the Italian giant feels disappointing after Ronaldo failed to propel the team Champions League glory.
Similarly, Ronaldo is also rumoured to be frustrated by Juventus’ campaign last season as their nine-year Serie A winning streak came to an end
The 36-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to ex-club Real Madrid and French giant Paris Saint-Germain.
However, Ronaldo who spent nine years at the Bernabue denied speculations linking him to Madrid on his official Instagram account, saying ” my story has been written in Madrid.”
With a move to Los Blancos increasingly becoming unlikely. Paris Saint-Germain has been touted as the most likely destination for the Portugal international.
In the wake of all these rumours, Allegri has backed the Portuguese to remain with Juventus.
Ronaldo who is currently costing Juventus £52m a yearis set to stay, According to Juve head coach.
Paris Saint-Germain remains keen to sign the forward with speculations claiming a move to sign the five-time Balloon d’Or holder is likely to happen next summer.
The ex-Madrid Star has netted 101 times in 133 outings for the Italian giant, since his debut in 2018.
During his three-year spell in Italy, he has won two Serie A titles, one Copa Italia and two Supercopa Italian trophies.