- Cristiano Ronaldo still has a year left on his contract with Italian Serie A side Juventus
- There are concerns over the future of the striker who could be returning to his former club
- Ronaldo’s mother has hinted that her son might return to Sporting CP where he developed
Dolores Aveiro, the mother of Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo, has disclosed that she will convince her son to return to his boyhood club Sporting CP in Portugal.
There are concerns over the future of the 36-year-old at Juventus, even though he still has until 2022 on his current contract with the Turin based side.
But his mother has stated that she will be able to convince him to return to Sporting where he developed his career scoring 3 goals before his move to Manchester United.
5-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo 'isolated' at Juventus with team-mates 'sick of his perks'
With Juventus failing to win any trophy in the current campaign and couple with the fact that they could miss out on the Champions League for next season, there are fears Ronaldo might leave.
The striker’s mother Aviero said via SPORTbible.
"I'm going to go to Turin and speak to him. Next year he will play in Alvalade, I'll convince him and he will return.”
It was gathered that Ronaldo has acquired a home in the Lisbon area not too far from the Estádio José Alvalade, the home ground of Sporting.
The 36-year-old still has a special love for Sporting and in 2019, the club's president, Frederico Varandas, talked up the possibility of renaming their stadium after him.
He is reportedly being left alone at Italian club Juventus after he traveled to Maranello to pick up his new Ferrari.
It was gathered that Ronaldo’s teammates are not happy with the striker as they believe he has too much freedom.
He was allowed time off to collect his brand new £1.4million Ferrari Monzo from the supercar’s factory in Maranello – over 300km away from Turin.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that former Chelsea defender, Fikayo Tomori, is the latest to break one of Cristiano Ronaldo's records in Serie A after scoring in AC Milan's triumph against Juventus over the weekend.
The 23-year-old centre-back compounded the woes of the Turin-based side after jumping high up to head home his side's third goal at the Allianz Stadium.
And this was after Brahim Diaz and Ante Rebic had given the visitors a comfortable lead earlier in the game.