Juventus director: Cristiano Ronaldo will finish his contract before leaving.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Juventus director of football Federico Cherubini has disregarded hints that Cristiano Ronaldo could walk away from the Old Lady during this season's transfer window.

The Portugal stricker netted 36 times in 44 outings for the Italian giants past campaign, while he scored 5 goals at Euro 2020 before Portugal was knocked out in the round of 16.

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The 36-year-old current contract will expire in next June, but there has been a host of surmise surrounding his hereafter, with Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain supposedly to be eager on his signature.

Cherubini, though, has said that the former Manchester United and Real Madrid legend will comeback to the club for pre-season training, and there are 'no signs' that he will be on the transfer in the open market.

"There has been no sign from Ronaldo about a possible move, and no sign from Juve. We are very happy that Ronaldo will rejoin the team once the rest period after the European Championship is over," Cherubini told reporters.

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The Juventus stricker has netted 101 goals and provided 22 assists in 133 appearances for Juv since joining the club in a mega-money transfer from Real Madrid in July 2018.