sport news Cristiano Ronaldo's family 'support a move back to Sporting Lisbon'

Cristiano Ronaldo's family 'support a move back to Sporting Lisbon when he leaves Juventus' amid reports he will quit the Italian giants when his £27m-a-year contract expires next summer to return to his boyhood club Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly return to Sporting Lisbon on a free next year Juventus want rid of the Portuguese forward after another frustrating season Ronaldo's huge wage demands mean very few clubs can afford to sign him His family are said to support his desire to return to his boyhood club next year 

By Max Winters For Mailonline

Published: 11:19 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 11:19 BST, 4 May 2021

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Cristiano Ronaldo's family support his desire to move back to Sporting Lisbon next summer, amid reports he wants to return to his boyhood club when he leaves Juventus. 

Ronaldo's future at the Italian side has been thrown into doubt after a frustrating season that has seen Juve finally lose their grip on Serie A and crash out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage.

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It follows reports that Juventus are desperate to move Ronaldo on this summer so they can put his wages to use in rebuilding their struggling squad.

Cristiano Ronaldo's family support his desire to move back to Sporting Lisbon, it is claimed

Cristiano Ronaldo's family support his desire to move back to Sporting Lisbon, it is claimed

Portuguese newspaper Record claim on Tuesday that Ronaldo's family are supportive of a move back to Sporting Lisbon

Portuguese newspaper Record claim on Tuesday that Ronaldo's family are supportive of a move back to Sporting Lisbon

However, only a handful of European clubs can afford to sign Ronaldo because of his huge wage demands and president Florentino Perez recently ruled out them making a move for him.

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