Paris-Saint-Germain and Manchester United-linked Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly decided he will stay at Juventus for the coming season.
In recent months, the former Real Madrid forward has been strongly linked with an exit from the Bianconeri, where he has only a year remaining on his deal.
Clubs such as PSG and the Red Devils have emerged as potential destinations for Ronaldo, although it now appears he has made up his mind as to what his immediate future holds.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, the 36-year-old would prefer to stay at the Old Lady for one more campaign and leave when his contract expires in June 2022.
Ronaldo joined Juventus from Los Blancos in a big-money transfer in 2018, and has since scored an impressive 101 goals in 133 matches across all competitions for the Italian giants.
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Last season, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner netted 29 times in Serie A to beat the likes of Romelu Lukaku and Luis Muriel to the league's top goalscorer award.
He continued his form in front of goal at the 2020 UEFA European Championship with Portugal, finding the net five times in the four matches he played.
Considering the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, it seemed certain at one point that Juve would look to get Ronaldo and his astronomical wages off their books, but there are now suggestions that the club could offer him an extension.