Cristiano Ronaldo has been reportedly tipped to remain at Juventus by VP Pavel Nedved, finishing any transfer speculation.
Ronaldo has only one year left on his agreement with the Italians and having not extended it, question marks over his future were raised.
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PSG and former clubs Manchester United and Real Madrid have both been connected with the Portugal star.
Be that as it may, Juve legend and presently club chief Nedved have enlightened them to forget about him leaving Allianz.
He told Sky Sport: “Ronaldo has been called up for July 26, he’ll be back on Monday and will stay with us.”
Ronaldo, 36, is currently on holiday in Mallorca, having led Portugal to the last 16 of the European Championships in the summer.
According to Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport, he is expected to arrive in Turin very shortly to discuss his future with Juve.
He signed for the Serie A giant in 2018 for £99million from Real Madrid and won the league in his first two seasons.
But under Andrea Pirlo, 42, last term it was a disaster for the club, who only just finished fourth and missed out on the title for the first time in ten years.
Pirlo has since been replaced by Massimiliano Allegri – who left the club in 2019 – but it has not yet convinced Ronaldo to commit his future.