Genuine Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti has ruled out the return of forward Cristiano Ronaldo to Madrid amid speculations that the Juventus striker will return to Genuine Madrid earlier than the cease of this transfer window.
The Portugal world is entering his closing year of the four-year contract he signed at Turin following his transfer from Madrid in July 2018 in a deal price €112million (£99.2m).
Cristiano has been linked with a transfer away from Juventus this summer with PSG and Genuine Madrid being the clubs closely linked with the signing of the Portuguese
The prolific aim scorer scored 450 targets and supplied 132 assists in 438 appearances during his 9 years protect at Genuine Madrid between 2009 and 2018 and is identified because the all-time top scorer within the history of the club.
Ronaldo played below Carlo Ancelotti through the Italian’s first spell to blame of Genuine Madrid between 2013 and 2015. At some level of that time, Ronaldo helped Ancelotti triumph within the Champions League, Copa del Rey, UEFA Natty Cup, and the FIFA Club World Cup.
Alternatively, the manager posted on his legitimate Twitter take care of that he has no plan of pursuing a transfer for the 36-year-former despite recognizing him as a Genuine Madrid tale
“Cristiano Ronaldo is a Genuine Madrid tale. And I if fact be told admire him, but I if fact be told possess below no circumstances requested or deliberate to stamp Cristiano this summer. We’re having a explore forward.” Ancelotti posted on Tuesday as loads of Los Blancos followers flocked the comment piece of the tweet.
Ronaldo scored 29 times in 2020-21 to derive the Serie A golden boot. The Portuguese has also been the quit scorer in two varied leagues, the La Liga whilst taking part in for Madrid and Premier League during his times at Manchester United.
Juventus vice-president Pavel Nedved has persevered to remark that Juventus expects Ronaldo to protect with the club this season up except the cease of his recent contract.
Juventus led by the brand new manager, Massimiliano Allegri begins their Serie A campaign with an away fixture against Udinese this Sunday as they try and reclaim the Scudetto lost to competitors Inter Milan closing season.