Rumours have continued to swirl that Cristiano Ronaldo will depart Juventus this summer, and images of his entire fleet of luxury cars being taken out of Turin has done little to detract from those reports.
The likes of Real Madrid, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Sporting CP have all been touted as potential destinations for the 36-year-old, but nothing has advanced past paper talk at present.
The website Per Sempre Calcio have released a video in which the operators of a transport company are seen putting some of Cristiano Ronaldo’s luxury cars in Italy on a truck.
According to the Italian website, the Lisbon-based company Rodo Cargo put seven vehicles on the truck and transported them out of Turin to an as yet unknown location.
A potential Ronaldo return to his former team Sporting CP, who recently won the Primeira Liga trophy, but his agent ruled out such a possibility this summer.
Ronaldo started off his career in the Portuguese club’s academy and debuted at the age of 17 in 2002, before departing to Manchester United one year later.
“Cristiano is proud of the title won by Sporting CP as he has publicly demonstrated,” Mendes told newspaper Record.
“But, for the moment, his plans do not include Portugal.”
Ronaldo’s mother Dolores Aveiro had previously promised some Sporting CP fans who celebrated the title outside her house that she would try to push her son to return to the Portuguese side this summer.
“I will talk to [Cristiano] so that he can come back,” she told the supporters.”