Cristiano Ronaldo is contracted at Juventus until 2022, but the superstar seemingly has no plans to retire then.
Ronaldo, 35, has made another fine start to the season with Juve, where he arrived from Real Madrid in 2018.
But with his contract expiring in 2022, the Portugal star's future is again set to be a talking point.
TOP STORY – RONALDO WANTS TO STAY AT TOP LEVEL BEYOND 2022
Ronaldo wants to play at the top level beyond 2022 but there are no guarantees he will stay at Juventus, according to Tuttosport.
The report says Ronaldo, who has been linked to Paris Saint-Germain previously, would prefer not to head to a competition like MLS or the Chinese Super League.
Ronaldo has scored five goals in three Serie A appearances for Juve this season.
While early in the campaign, Ronaldo has a better shooting accuracy (66.7), shot conversion rate (31.3) and big chance conversion percentage (66.7) in 2020-21 than in his previous seasons in Serie A.
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