Even though the Balloon D'Or Award for 2020 has been scrapped by the France Football, the organiser, Cristiano Ronaldo is planning on staying at the Italian Giant club, Juventus to repeat or double his personal efforts this season in the 2020/21 season.
According to Juventus Chief, Paratici, talks with the Portuguese main man and the coach Sarri, ended in a positive landing. Shortly after Juves win over Lazio, setting a 8 point gap on the log, the chief says the duo have agreed to ply their trade with the Italian Club side, just 4 games to the end of Serie A season. With the help of Ronaldo, Juventus FC looks favourite to once again win the Scudeto, and still contend for the UEFA championship.
After setting another record of being the only Player to attain the feat of scoring 50+ goal in major Leagues in Europe. Ronaldo confirmed he will be looking forward to doubling his work rate next season to bring glory to his team
No doubt, Ronaldo has proven his mettle on the beautiful game, and this has gotten fans talking, that he could have been a major contender or winner of the prestigious Ballon d'Or award that was scrapped for 2020 few hours ago.
With another opportunity to wearing the Juventus colour next season, sky is surely a starting point for C. Ronaldo as he continues in his bit to writing More football Histories.
Do you think Ronaldo will surely repeat or double his efforts to win laurels next season considering his age? Drop your opinions.
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