- Juventus have revealed their home jersey for the 2021-22 season
- Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the players to model the new strips for the Serie A club
- The move has now confused everyone as the forward was spotted loading his cars into a haulage firm earlier this week
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Cristiano Ronaldo has joined his teammates Weston McKennie and Paulo Dybala to model Juventus' new jersey for the 2021-22 season
The 36-year-old along with the other players posed for pictures donning the iconic black-and-white stripes.
These images were released barely 24 hours after the five-time Ballon d' Or winner was filmed loading his supercars into a truck suspected to be headed to Lisbon.
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Sources claim the winger's seven exotic cars were being loaded by the men of Rodo Cargo haulage vehicle around 3 o'clock in the morning as reported by Daily Mail quoting Tuttosport.
This however suggests that the Portuguese might be planning to rejoin Sporting Lisbon but his agent Jorge Mendes has debunked such claims, saying the striker's 'career plans do not go through Portugal'.
With Juventus set to miss out on Champions League qualification for the first time in almost a decade, Ronaldo has been linked with a move to different clubs despite having a deal with the Old Lady until the summer of 2022.
They have failed to go beyond the quarterfinals since the former Man United attacker joined them from Real Madrid in 2018, while they also lost the Serie A title to Inter Milan this term.
However, the five-time Champions League winner's inclusion in the club's unveiling of the new kit has thrown a further spanner in the works.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has been urged to return to Manchester United in a bid to rediscover his form after a disappointing season with Juventus.
Despite topping the top scorers' chart in Italy this season, the Old Lady are struggling to qualify for the Champions League under his watch.
And this means the five-time Ballon d'Or winner may be playing in the Europa League next season if things end with Juve in the fifth position on the log this term.