- Cristiano Ronaldo has added a second Serie A title to his number of laurels
- The 35-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away from Juventus
- The former Real Madrid goal sensation has committed his future to the Italian champions
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Cristiano Ronaldo who just won his second Serie A title has reportedly hinted that he will remain at Juventus despite being linked away from the Allianz Arena side.
The 35-year-old has continued to defy age as he has now scored 52 goals in 64 Serie A games since he completed his £88million from Real Madrid to Turin in 2018.
He has been linked several clubs as there are concerns there exists a rift between the Portuguese sensation and manager Maurizio Sarri.
He wrote on Instagram: "Happy to win the last two of the nine Serie A consecutive titles for Juventus! It seems easy but it isn't!
"Year after year with talent, dedication and hard work you can achieve your goals and be better than before! Let’s go for my third # italychampions # 31goals #finoallafine."
Recall that Ronaldo’s sister Elma Aviero was furious that her brother failed to win the Coppa Italia as the Bianconeri lost 4-2 on penalties to Napoli after a 0-0 draw.
Juve manager Maurizio Sarri reportedly stated emphatically that Ronaldo was lacking sharpness following his side's painful defeat in the Coppa Italia final.
Taking to Instagram, she wrote: "What more can you do? This is it and that's all, that's why my darling can't work miracles on his own ... I don't understand how you can play like this anyway ... head up, my King."
Fans were also furious with the five-time Ballon d’Or winner saying he did not come out because he wanted to take the last kick to become the hero, something he is famous for.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported Cristiano Ronaldo earns a massive weekly wage of £540,000 and has just won the Serie A with Italian giants Juventus, but the Old Lady remain without a Champions League title in 24 years.
In an attempt to win the elusive European title, the club dished out a massive £105 million transfer fee in 2018 to sign Ronaldo from La Liga side Real Madrid.
Latest reports have it that there is rancour within the Juve camp as players murmur that the Portuguese star gets almost four times of what the next highest earner is paid.
La Gazzetta dello Sport, via Marca, report that Matthijs de Ligt is the next highest earner at the Allianz Stadium as he is being paid £138,000 a week.
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