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'Dragging Him Backwards': Twitter Explodes as Journo Claims Juventus May Sell Cristiano Ronaldo

Legendary Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo may leave Italian football club Juventus at the end of this season, according to journalist Nicolo Schira.

Schira claims that the athlete's contract with Juventus, under which the striker receives €31 million a year, is valid until 2022. The club, which has yet to comment on these claims, is allegedly mulling a possible sale in the summer due to his pay being so high.

​The news has triggered all sorts of reactions among Ronaldo's fans, with many social media users saying that he should've never joined Juventus. and suggested he should either go back to Manchester United or Real Madrid, or even join Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). Some, however, think that no other team will be able to pay him enough to make him stay.

On 2 March, Ronaldo scored his 20th goal of the current season in Serie A in the 25th round match of the Italian championship. Thus, the Portuguese became the first footballer in history to score at least 20 goals in the national championships for 12 seasons in a row.

On 3 February, Ronaldo was named the best footballer of the decade in Europe by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS).

Ronaldo, 36, is a five-time winner of the Ballon d'Or prize, a five-time Champions League winner, a European champion, and a League of Nations winner. He has been playing for Juventus since 2018. Previously, Cristiano Ronaldo played for Real Madrid (2009-2018), Manchester United (2003-2009) and Sporting Lisbon (2002-2003).

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