Published: Sat, April 20, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Champions League exit could see Ronaldo leave Juventus two years early

Champions League exit could see Ronaldo leave Juventus two years early

However, their report appears to be thin, mainly pointing to the forward's lack of activity on social media. The arrival of Ronaldo did not mean that winning the Champions League was a certainty, as I said all along'.

"Ronaldo's had a great season and he'll play tomorrow", Allegri said at a news conference in Turin on Friday.

He scored six of his teams' 14 Champions League goals this season and has 19 so far in Serie A, four behind leading scorer Fabio Quagliarella.

Cristiano Ronaldo was not a happy camper after Juventus bowed out in the quarterfinals of the Champions League and he made sure he let his teammates know about it.

"Football is not a science".

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'We must get over the disappointment Champions League elimination, ' he added.

"But he is the future, he'll play a great championship next year too". "But football is made of joy and sadness".

The Portugal global was denied a sixth Champions League-winners medal after Juve were eliminated from this season's competition at the hands of Ajax on Tuesday night.

Allegri's injury-hit side host Fiorentina on Saturday needing just a point to lift their eighth straight Serie A title, days after a shock home 2-1 defeat to the Dutch side that saw them eliminated 3-2 on aggregate. "I expect it to be a party because we can't change the Champions League now and coming to the stadium to be negative and maybe not celebrating would be insane and, I think, wrong". They've got to be proud and of course a bit disappointed because we wanted to go all the way, but you can't win them all.

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