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Cristiano Ronaldos Future At Juventus Is Still Up In The Air Despite His Return To Training

Gab and Juls explain why neither Juventus nor Cristiano Ronaldo should be in a hurry to sign a contract.
Cristiano Ronaldo joined Juventus for preseason training on Monday ahead of the 2021-22 season. (1:05) Marcotti: No need for an urgent Ronaldo contract extension (1:05)
At 8:30 a.m., the Portuguese captain arrived at Juve’s Continassa sports complex.
CET and was later seen entering the club’s J-Medical centre in Turin, where throngs of supporters greeted him as he went through standard medical examinations.
– Connelly: PSG, Man United leading transfer window so far – Transfer grades for this summer’s biggest moves Ronaldo, 36, has been on holiday since Portugal’s Euro 2020 round of 16 defeat to Belgium on June 27.
The former Real Madrid player is set to become a free agent next summer, and his immediate future has been a matter of concern, with ESPN reporting that his representatives are courting interest from some of Europe’s biggest teams.
After Juventus’ 3-1 win over Cesena in the team’s first preseason friendly on Saturday, vice president Pavel Nedved stated that Ronaldo would honor his contract.
Ronaldo has been tight-lipped on his future at Real Madrid.
Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Juventus training ahead of the new season.
Stefano Guidi/Getty Images The veteran forward is due to meet with Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri later on Monday to discuss the forthcoming season.
Allegri was in charge when Ronaldo arrived from Real Madrid in 2018, and he returned to Juventus in May to take over from Andrea Pirlo.
Allegri led the Bianconeri to five consecutive Serie A titles, including four league and Coppa Italia doubles, as well as two Champions League finals, before being fired two years ago.
Ronaldo, who won the Euro 2020 Golden Boot this summer after scoring five goals and setting up one more, appears to be in excellent shape ahead of his fourth season with Juventus.
Last season, Ronaldo helped Juventus win the Coppa Italia with 36 goals in 44 games.
Despite his 29 goals, which put him in first place in Serie A previous season, Juve finished fourth.
On Saturday, Juventus will play Monza in the Silvio Berlusconi Trophy before facing Barcelona in the Joan Gamper Trophy on August.
8 at Camp Nou, a game that could see Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo face off.
On August 1, the Bianconeri go to Udinese for the start of the Serie A season.

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