After getting his seven supercars shipped away from the garage of his luxurious home in Turin, Cristiano Ronaldo has added fuel to the fire of rumors about his imminent summer departure from Juventus. Read more about Juventus Transfer News | Cristiano Ronaldo adds fuel to the rumors about his summer departure from Juventus below.
Footage appeared this week of Ronaldo’s multi-million-pound vehicles being loaded into a truck. It belongs to a well-known Portuguese moving firm on the way to Lisbon.
Tuttosport released a video posted on the internet by Per Semper Calcio. The video has a group of men who can be seen loading cars into a Rodo Cargo haulage truck. The loading was done under the cover of darkness. The procedure was carried out at 3 a.m., out of sight of prying eyes.
The luxury transfer will be carried out by a well-known transport firm based in Lisbon. Implying that Ronaldo is returning to his homeland to decide what to do with his rare pride and joy supercars while pondering his football future.
Workers were seen loading cars into a truck to free up space in his massive garage in Turin.
The Portuguese superstar’s contract with Juve is due to expire in June 2022, but he could leave a year sooner. Since his mother Dolores recently said that she will try to persuade Ronaldo to return to his boyhood club Sporting Lisbon, speculation has grown about his possible return. However, with Ronaldo’s lawyer Jorge Mendes openly stating that his client’s “career ambitions do not go through Portugal,” such a move seems unlikely.
The relocation of Ronaldo’s cars is seen as important. Their appearance in Turin in the summer of 2018 provided the first hint of his transition to Juventus. Putting an end to speculation about a Real Madrid departure.
The fact that the cars have now left the garages and are making their way to a new location could indicate the exact contrary.
Ronaldo has been associated with a move to Paris Saint-Germain in France. An emotional farewell at Manchester United is still a topic of discussion. Despite Juve’s apparent challenges under inexperienced boss Andrea Pirlo, the living football hero turned 36 in February. He has continued to produce some of his best football this season.
With 29 goals and three assists in 33 appearances. Ronaldo is on track to finish the season as Serie A’s top scorer.