Corriere dello Sport: Juventus want Cristiano Ronaldo to play until he turns 38
- Cristiano Ronaldo is not planning on leaving football any time soon.
- Juventus are ready to offer him a new three-year deal with a prospect of extending it for another 12 months.
- According to the report, the contract is likely to be signed in spring.
Corriere dello Sport claim that Juventus are preparing to offer Cristiano Ronaldo a new deal which would keep him ar the club until 2023. This means that he would play football at least until he is 38 years old.
There is no surprise that the report also claims the former Madridista is ready to take this offer. Cristiano believes he has a lot to offer and doesn't want to leave football any time soon.
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici reportedly puts his trust in Ronaldo and ready to offer him this deal with an opportunity to extend the contract for another 12 months.
The contract is more likely to be officially signed in spring when the club will have a better idea of what trophies they can still win this season.
Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli believes Juve need Ronaldo and hopes there will be no problems in the negotiations with the player, as per the same report by Corriere dello Sport.
Do you think Cristiano Ronaldo still will be performing on the top level when he is 38?