Il Messaggero reports Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo has told his teammates he wants to leave the Allianz Stadium.
The Portuguese superstar is currently preparing for Euro 2020 in his homeland but fuelled the speculation of a move away from Turin this summer by revealing he has ‘achieved his targets in Italy’.
The 36-year-old arrived at Juventus in July 2018 and the former Real Madrid star has picked up two Scudetti, one Coppa Italia and two Supercoppa Italiana during his time with the Old Lady.
And the five time Ballon d’Or winner has been linked with a return to Manchester United or Real Madrid in recent weeks, with Sporting CP and Paris Saint-Germain also mentioned as possible destinations.
Agent Jorge Mendes quashed the reports regarding a return to Lisbon, but Il Messaggero claims the Exor shareholders’ meeting could approve his departure and a capital increase for the Bianconeri this summer.
The newspaper reports the Portugal captain has already told his teammates at Continassa that he would like to leave this summer and thus end his stint with the club after 133 competitive games and 101 goals with the Bianconeri.