Massimiliano Allegri cleared the air about the rumors pointing towards Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Juventus in the summer following their heartbreaking loss against Ajax in the UEFA Champions League.

The Old Lady suffered a major setback in the second leg of this year’s quarterfinals, with Ronaldo left in clear discomfort and sadden about the missed opportunity to make it to yet another final.

The Portuguese scored both of the team’s goals in the tie, but, with La Vecchia Signora falling short of their continental goal, rumors about a potential move out of the team and a Real Madrid comeback started to surge.

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However, the Italian boss insisted neither the team or the superstar have discussed a potential move out of the team, even though Ronaldo was extremely disappointed with the team’s efforts in the UCL.

“Ronaldo is the future of Juventus. He is an extraordinary player who has had a great season and he’ll have a great one next year. He is relaxed, even though he is disappointed like we all are. We’ve exited a competition we thought we could win,” Allegri told the media.

Moreover, Cristiano Ronaldo also claimed he has no intentions whatsoever of leaving the club right no after becoming the first player in the history of the game to ever win the title in England, Spain, and Italy:

“For me, there is only Juventus,” Ronaldo told Tuttosport (via Calcio Mercato).

The team won their 8th straight Serie A title after beating Fiorentina on Saturday, becoming the first team in all major tournaments to ever accomplish such milestone.

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Even so, the team didn’t make a run at one of the greatest players in the history of the game just to keep on dominating their domestic tournament, as they know they must find European success to be considered as big of a club like Real Madrid and Barcelona.