Juventus Chief Agnelli Dismisses Ronaldo Exit Talk

August 8, 2020
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Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli insists Cristiano Ronaldo will remain at the club for next season.

The Old Lady were knocked out of the UEFA Champions League by French club Olympic Lyon on Saturday night.

However, despite the financial implications of missing out on the latter stages in Europe and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it appears that the Portuguese superstar will not make a switch to Paris Saint-Germain.

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“Cristiano to PSG? He’s going to stay with us,”Agnelli told Sky Italia.

“I’m sure that Cristiano will play for Juventus next season. He’s a pillar of this team.”

Ronaldo, who has two years left on his contract, has ended the current campaign with 37 goals in all competitions.

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