Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo has opened up about his future at Juventus as his side prepare to take on Hungary in their first group game of Euro 2020.
Ronaldo has been linked with a transfer, with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United both touted as possible destinations following a difficult season with the Serie A side.
Having failed to help his side maintain dominance in the Serie A and win the uefa Champions League last season, the former Real Madrid forward is ready for a new challenge elsewhere, after he refused to commit his future to the Italian side ahead of Portugal’s Euro opener.
Ronaldo did put up another stellar individual performance for the Old Lady which saw him score 36 goals and four assists in all competitions; adding the Coppa Italia to his resume.
Asked if the speculation linking him with moves to Man Utd and PSG would affect him at the tournament.
He replied: “I have been playing at the highest level for many years this doesn’t faze me, maybe if I was 18 or 19 I might have had some sleepless nights, but I’m 36. Whatever comes will be for the best, regardless of staying at Juve or being transferred.
“The crucial thing now is the Euros, it is my fifth Euros, but for me it’s like my first Euros. We want to play a good match with good thoughts from the first to the last match.”