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Cristiano Ronaldo is staying in Juventus this summer - Allegri

Cristiano Ronaldo, 36, wrote online this week that bits of gossip about his takeoff were "a lack of regard for me as a man and as a player".

In a pre-match talk with, Allegri said the Portugal skipper was remaining.


"[Ronaldo] has never communicated a longing to leave," he said. "He has disclosed to me that he's remaining, so we can clear that one up."Juventus travel to Udinese in the initial round of their Serie A mission on Sunday at 17:30 BST.


Ronaldo has been the subject of move hypothesis all through the late spring, with reports connecting him with Real Madrid, Paris St-Germain and Manchester City.


Notwithstanding, on Tuesday, Real's new manager Carlo Ancelotti excused the possibility of Ronaldo getting back to the Spanish goliaths any time soon."Cristiano is a Real Madrid legend and he has all my adoration and regard. I have never thought about marking him. We look forward," he wrote.Ronaldo included his Instagram post: "The trivial way that my future is shrouded in the media is impolite to every one of the clubs engaged with these bits of hearsay, just as to their players and staff."


The previous Manchester United forward moved to Juventus from Madrid in an arrangement worth 112m euros (£99.2m) in 2018.


In May, he turned into the quickest player to score 100 objectives for the Italian side – an accomplishment he accomplished in 131 games.


The five-time Ballon d'Or victor has 10 months staying on his agreement at Allianz Stadium. BBC

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