Cristiano Ronaldo has made a decision on his future, according to the latest reports from Italy.
There seem to be more and more signs indicating that the 36-year-old and Juventus could part ways in the coming transfer window.
La Gazzetta dello Sport recently described Ronaldo's relationship with the Bianconeri as "they’ve broken up, but they are still living together".
As a consequence, Ronaldo is now believed to have asked his super-agent Jorge Mendes to find him a new club.
"He's nervous, irritable and very distant from his teammates," the Italian publication wrote.
"He seems to have given up and he's not got as much fight as he usually does.
"He seemed very different against Fiorentina, which is a worrying sign.
"Ronaldo is no longer trying to hide these feelings. He's isolated away from the pitch."
The superstar has been linked with a return to Real Madrid, but Los Blancos president Florentino Perez has ruled out re-signing the club's all-time record goalscorer.
There was also speculation suggesting Manchester United were looking into a sensational reunion with the Portugal talisman, but they, too, appear to have ruled themselves out of the race for his signature.
Ronaldo needs to find a team who are prepared to cover his lofty wage expectations, with the Portuguese superstar currently pocketing €31 million (R539 million) a year at Juventus.
It remains to be seen where he will end up next, but it seems he will not be a Bianconeri player next season.
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