Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus are close to extending a 2-year contract that allows him to stay with the Turin team until he is 39 years old.
Ronaldo wore a Juventus shirt until the age of 39
Despite having just passed his 35th birthday, Cristiano Ronaldo is still in very good shape. The Portuguese superstar has scored 25 goals in 32 appearances this season, including 21 goals in 22 matches in Serie A.
He has just had a series of 11 consecutive matches scoring in Serie A and with Juventus defeated Inter Milan to regain the top spot from Lazio before the Italian No.1 tournament postponed at least until 3/4 because of the Covid epidemic. -19. Ronaldo‘s current contract with the “Old Lady of Turin” will expire in June 2022. And according to Italian newspaper Tuttosport, Juve hopes to successfully convince Ronaldo to stay at Allianz until 2024.
Ronaldo joined Juventus from Real Madrid with a transfer value of Serie A up to 100 million euros and a salary of 31 million euros/year in the summer of 2018. Since then, CR7 has become an important player and viewed is the indispensable “Bianconeri” in his efforts to win the Champions League – a title that Juve has not conquered since his last coronation since 1995/96.
In order to serve the long-term plan when Ronaldo can play football until he turns 39 in Juve, the Serie A champions are determined to recruit yet another extravagant striker in this summer’s transfer period to make opposites. Support the Portuguese superstar to help them conquer new glory.
According to Tuttosport, four strikers are in the sights of Juve including Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur), Gabriel Jesus (Man City), Mauro Icardi (playing for PSG on a one-season loan from Inter Milan) and Timo Werner ( RB Leipzig). Among them, Kane and Jesus are the targets in the “shortlist” that coach Maurizio Sarri and BLD Juve really want this summer.
Ronaldo hotel into a field hospital against Covid-19 is just “bullshit rumor”
Recently, Marca newspaper (Spain) said Ronaldo decided to turn the luxury hotel chain CR7 Pestana owned by him in Lisbon and his hometown Madeira (Portugal) into a field hospital to serve the treatment of cases infected of Corona virus (Covid-19).
Even, according to Marca, patients infected with this pandemic will be free of charge for the entire room. Meanwhile, Ronaldo himself will pay for doctors and staff. This information quickly spread widely as many major newspapers around the world quoted the information, and social networking accounts also shared.
However, it seems that this information is false. The home page of the Pestana hotel did not give any notice, and even Ronaldo was completely silent.
Even recently, in an interview with television channel RTL Nieuws (Netherlands), a spokesman for Ronaldo-owned CR7 Pestana hotel in Lisbon (Portugal) also denied the information that This site became Covid-19 field campaign hospital:
“We are a hotel. We will not become a hospital. This is a normal day like every other day, we are and will still be a hotel. We have been called (contact interview the rumor of anti-Covid-19 hospital rumors by the news agencies (recently). I would like to wish you all the best. “
Several prestigious reporters in Europe also confirmed that Ronaldo‘s hotel information in Lisbon became a field hospital to welcome Covid-19 patients as “fake news”. Two of them are Kristof Terreur and Filipe Caetano.
Caetano even criticized the news of Marca when writing on Twitter: “It is completely fake news. However, I do not understand why the reporter (of Marca newspaper) did not go to find out the truth but only rely on the source. reliable?”.
Some newspapers such as Juventibus, IndiaTVnews, Kompas, … also confirmed this is a rumor. Later, Marca also removed this newsletter. It seems that in this case, Marca is the one who made the mistake. Currently, Ronaldo and his family are quarantining at home in their hometown Madeira (Portugal) after his teammate at Juventus defender Daniele Rugani was positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus that caused Covid- 19.
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