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Ronaldo’s future has been decided

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We heard rumors few weeks ago about cristiano Ronaldo returning to real madrid. We all thought it was a dream, but now it seems we are about to see a dream come true. Serie A giants Juventus have made a decision on Cristiano Ronaldo, who has been heavily linked with a return to Real Madrid.

Cristiano Ronaldo was linked with a return to the Spanish capital after questions were raised about his future in Turin following the side’s shock UEFA Champions League exit at the hands of FC Porto.

The Real madrid manager Zinedine Zidane did not help the cause with his comments about the five-time Ballon d’Or winner last week.

Among other topics, Zidane spoke about suggesting that the club-record goalscorer Ronaldo could return to the Santiago Bernabeu, and admitted the move could happen. so guys this dream is close to being reality.

“Rumours about Ronaldo’s return to Real Madrid are true? Yes, it could be,” he told Sky Sports.

“We know Cristiano but he’s a Juve player now, and we have to honour this (his contract), he’s playing for another club.

“Now let us see what the future will be.”

Amid all this Juventus CEO Sporting director Fabio Paratici has confirmed Ronaldo.

“We have a project that we started from last season, one game will not change our views or our strategy,” he told Sky Italia.

“This line continues and we are very happy with what we’ve done, so we’ll continue working to improve.

“This is Juve, we have Cristiano Ronaldo, the best player in the world, and we’re holding on tight.”

Paratici also made it clear that they have no plans what so ever to seperate from manager Andrea Pirlo after they surprisingly defeated Benevento and left the side 10 points behind league leaders Inter Milan.

“We were not unsatisfied with the previous coaches, but there were different reasons why we decided to change,” he added.

‘”just as a defeat won’t change the project of a club, a victory won’t either. Once an approach has been decided on, we see it through.

“I don’t believe the word ‘transitional’ exists at Juventus. We play every game aiming to win, some go better than others, but transition isn’t an issue here. Every year is important, even when it doesn’t necessarily have the same results as in the past.”

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