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Transfer: CR7 transports cars out of Turin

Cristiano caught transporting his luxury cars out of Turin home ahead of rumored Juventus exit

May 17, 2021 By Ali M.
Ronaldo, who has been linked with Juventus exit this summer, hired a Lisbon-based transportation company to move his prized assets.

Is this the biggest indication of Cristiano Ronaldo's inevitable Juventus exit? The Portuguese superstar, who has been linked with a move away from Turin for quite some time now, was caught on camera transporting his seven luxury cars, further fueling the transfer rumors.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner joined the Serie A giants back in 2018 and was seen as the man to bring UEFA Champions League glory to the Old Lady. However, the Italian giants don't look to be anywhere closer to European success, and given that Pirlo's side could fail to qualify for UEFA's premier club competition next season, many have touted the 36-year-old to end his time in Italy a year before his contract is up.

He recently reached the 100-goal mark for Juventus, becoming the quickest player in the club's history to pull off this feat. However, that might not be enough to save them from the Europa League as the Bianconeri sit in fifth heading into the final round of the season.

The former Man Utd and Real Madrid icon has been linked with PSG, while the player's mother Dolores recently stated that she would try to convince her son to rejoin Sporting CP, the newly-crowned champions of Portugal. His agent Jorge Mendes stated that a return to Portugal is not on the table but the fact that Ronaldo hired a well-known Lisbon company to transport his cars might have people believing the contrary.

The move began at around 3 o'clock in the morning, but the darkness did not stop the cameras from rolling. The video was initially posted by Per Semper Calcio, with well-known Italian publication Tuttosport later sharing the clip. His luxury cars are believed to be headed back to his home country ahead of a decisive summer, with the attacker set to ponder over his next career move once the current campaign wraps up.

The goalscoring machine is currently focused on the upcoming Coppa Italia final, with Juventus set to battle it out with Atalanta this Wednesday for the title. After that is a trip to Bologna for the final matchday, a must-win game for the Old Lady as they wish to claw their way into the Champions League. 

The Turin heavyweights are in fifth but are a mere point behind fourth-placed AC Milan. Given that the Rossoneri take on Atalanta on the final day, Juventus will need to win their game and hope for a slip-up from their rivals in order to break back into the top four.


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