Cristiano Ronaldo dropped a massive hint on his future at Juventus after he collected his seventh league title in his career.

It’s been two seasons since Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid for Juventus in the summer of 2018. After nine successful trophy-laden seasons at the Santiago Bernabeu, the Portuguese winger decided to try his fortune at the Italian league at the age of 33.

The rumours regarding a possible exit for Cristiano Ronaldo sparked when the winger thanked the fans of Real Madrid for all their support after winning the Champions League title against Liverpool in Kyiv.

A couple of months later, the internet had erupted as Juventus announced that they had signed Cristiano Ronaldo for 100 million euros and the five-time Ballon d’Or winner had penned a contract until the summer of 2022.

So far the former Manchester United forward has scored 63 goals for the Bianconeri over the two seasons and the Portuguese is optimistic about leading the Italian side to Champions League success this season to end their 24-year drought.

Juventus were crowned as champions of Italy once again for the ninth consecutive time after the disappointing fixture against AS Roma. Ronaldo collected his second Serie A winners medal and the 35-year-old stated that he is eager on winning another one next season that would then see Juve defeat the title for 10 long years, according to GOAL.

It seemed like the Cristiano Ronaldo was close to winning the European Golden Boot this season after he won it last in 2014-15 under Carlo Ancelotti. However, Ciro Immobile’s fine form during the business end of the season saw the Italian snatch the European Golden Boot for the first time in his career with 36 goals to his name.

Despite being 35-years-old, Ronaldo has been the backbone of the Bianconeri this season as the winger has scored 31 goals along with six assists in the Serie A. The Champions League all-time top scorer has now turned his attention for the return leg against Lyon at the Allianz Stadium and the Portuguese international is hoping to turn the tie around on his own once again.

The former Red Devil forward will continue with the Bianconeri next season, however, there is no surety yet whether Ronaldo would extend his contract with Juventus post-2022.

Image Credits- Cristiano Ronaldo Twitter

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