He will be halfway through a four-year deal this summer though Sport Mediaset claim the star could exit due to the coronavirus crisis.
Ronaldo made the move to Turin from Real Madrid in the summer of 2018 and has consistently impressed during his stint in Italy.
Former Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo joined Juventus from Real Madrid in the summer of 2018 but could now be set to leave the Serie A giants due to the coronavirus pandemic
Cristiano Ronaldo could reportedly leave Juventus this summer as the Serie A club look to ease their financial burden amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Journalist and Radio Rossonera director Pietro Balzano Prota has also reported that Ronaldo could be on his way out in order to ease Juventus’s financial burden.
Juventus have been heavily impacted by the suspension of Serie A due to Covid-19 and their players are believed to have waived four months’ wages though issues are still remaining at the club.
Ronaldo did previously open up on his admiration for his current club, having won the Serie A title in his first season.
Ronaldo is the club’s highest earner and would likely command a large transfer fee from any club willing to splash out on the former Manchester United forward.
He said: “I like everything about Juve, as I said before. There is a good culture, it is the best club in Italy, it has an extraordinary history.
“I remember the presentation at the stadium was nice. I was with my family, my friends, but also the president and the club.
“I am happy here, obviously I want to win many trophies with Juve.
“When you start playing football you see everything differently. You are more carefree, I’m happy to play football today, but I see everything differently.
“But the motivation is the same, I am happy and I want to play for a few more years.”
“The priority is to win trophies, play well, at 18 years you only think about having fun.