One of Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus teammates, who perhaps knows him better than most, has explained why he believes the ex-Real Madrid superstar might look unsettled at the Italian giants.
Despite the Portuguese forward having scored a lot of goals for the Bianconeri this season, there appears to be a feeling that he could leave the club at the end of the campaign.
Ronaldo has been linked with a sensational return to Los Blancos, although Juve have seemingly confirmed that the 36-year-old will not be going anywhere in the next transfer window.
In a recent interview, striker Alvaro Morata claimed he has not discussed Ronaldo's future with his colleague, whom he also shared a dressing room with at the Spanish giants, and further explained that the Portugal captain might seem unsettled in Turin because he is used to competing in the biggest matches.
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"We discuss a lot of things, both on the pitch, for instance pressure and tactics, or outside, but we have not talked about it (Ronaldo being linked with Real)," the Spain striker said on El Larguero radio show.
"If he does not look at ease it is maybe because he is accustomed to playing Champions League finals.
"It would have been the same in another club, it is not a Juventus-related problem. He likes the group, but he is a winner, so it is normal for him to be angry for this situation.
"I think he is happy at Juventus and I want him to stay because this team must have the best in world."
Juve crashed out of this season's UEFA Champions League after being defeated by Porto in the round of 16, making this the third season in a row that Ronaldo will not make it past the last eight in Europe.