The CEO of Juventus, Maurizio Arrivabene has reacted to their former striker’s struggles in Manchester United, insisting that he is not there concern anymore.
Ronaldo is enduring a tough time at Old Trafford in his second season back at the club after leaving Juventus in 2021.
The Portugal international made it clear he wanted a transfer in the summer but could not find a new club and has been dropped by manager Erik ten Hag for United’s last three Premier League games.
Arrivabene sympathises with Ronaldo’s plight but insists that he is no longer Juventus’ concern.
“We separated ways at Juventus with mutual respect,” the Italian club’s CEO has told DAZN. “We are sorry for what’s happened to him in Manchester this year, but it’s not our problem.”
The Red Devils have hit form with Ronaldo on the bench, winning their last three matches in a row and improving after a disastrous start.
Ten Hag has also warned Ronaldo about his fitness and may be tempted to keep the Portugal international on the bench, particularly after adding Antony to his attacking options.