Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother vows to convince Juventus talisman to seal return to Sporting Lisbon

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‘I’ll talk to him to bring him back!’: Cristiano Ronaldo’s MOM pledges to convince Juventus talisman to seal return to youth club Sporting Lisbon with superstar ready to leave Turin after horror season

  • Cristiano Ronaldo can brace himself for a return to Portugal with Sporting Lisbon
  • The future of the veteran ace is uncertain due to Juventus’ nightmare season
  • It has been reported that his mother, Dolores, will talk to him about participating in Sporting
  • Forward Ronaldo, now 36, started his path to greatness at the club in 2002

Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother, Dolores Aveiro, has revealed she will try to convince the Juventus superstar to seal a return to Sporting Lisbon next season.

The future of Ronaldo, 36, is mired in uncertainty as Juventus failed to defend their Serie A crown and also crashed out of the Champions League during the final 16 stage earlier this season.

Now, furious speculation about a possible Turin move this summer has been further fueled by comments from his own immediate family – with his mother promising to talk to her son about the move.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother Dolores vowed to convince her son to return to Sporting Lisbon

Juventus star Ronaldo started his career in 2002 in Lisbon before joining Manchester United

Juventus star Ronaldo started his career in 2002 in Lisbon before joining Manchester United

Sporting sealed their first Primeira Liga title since 2002 on Wednesday and supporters took to the streets to celebrate.

During these wild scenes, Dolores spoke from her balcony, underlining her commitment to persuade Ronaldo to return to his homeland.

‘I’ll talk to him [Cristiano] to bring him back, ”she said Mention.

Ronaldo's future is uncertain as Juventus is on track to miss the Champions League

Ronaldo’s future is uncertain as Juventus is on track to miss the Champions League

Next year he will play in Alvalade [Sporting’s stadium]. ‘

The reunion would be a fairytale way for Ronaldo to spend some of his final years in football – with the Portuguese talisman starting his career there in 2002 before making the switch to Manchester United.

His humble beginnings quickly made him one of the greatest players ever, but Juventus may lose him in the coming weeks due to their disastrous form this season.

Should the Serie A giants fall into the Europa League, Ronaldo is expected to secure a transfer. Sportsmail has reported that his desire to stay at the top table outweighs any love for the club.

Sportsmail has reported that Ronaldo (right) has no interest in playing in the Europa League

Sportsmail has reported that Ronaldo (right) has no interest in playing in the Europa League

Any potential Ronaldo suitor should pay around £ 25 million for him this summer

Any potential Ronaldo suitor should pay around £ 25 million for him this summer

Juventus won’t just let him leave for free, however, meaning club chiefs Andrea Agnelli and Fabio Paratici will have to do their job to find a suitor willing to pay around £ 25 million.

Mid-week, it was revealed that Juventus’ big financial gamble in 2018 cost them around € 340 million and was labeled a failure. This is because the reason why Ronaldo joined, to win in Europe, didn’t happen.

But despite this, Juventus Vice-President Pavel Nedved has insisted that Ronaldo will see the rest of his lucrative contract at the Allianz Stadium.

“For me, Ronaldo cannot be touched,” Nedved told DAZN. He has a contract until June 30, 2022 and will stay. What happens next remains to be seen. ‘

The club hierarchy of sporting director Fabio Paratici (left), vice president Pavel Nedved (second left) and chairman Agnelli (second from right) seems to be firing Ronaldo.

The club hierarchy of sporting director Fabio Paratici (left), vice president Pavel Nedved (second left) and chairman Agnelli (second from right) seems to be firing Ronaldo.

However, this would come as a surprise with Juventus on track to lose £ 78 million Sportsmail if they don’t finish in the top four.

Their financial dilemma would force them to cut at least one top player from their squad.

Ronaldo has scored 35 goals in 42 appearances across all competitions this season as his good form continues in front of goal.

The former Real Madrid man is said to feel impeccable about Juventus’ cathartic shortcomings as he will be named the top scorer after his total of 28 goals in Italy.

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