Ronaldo Is The Future Of Juventus - Allegri

Ronaldo Is The Future Of Juventus - Allegri

Cristiano Ronaldo said he was "1,000 percent committed to staying" with Juventus next season as he claimed his first Serie A title and Juventus their eighth in a row on Saturday.

The Portuguese star left Real Madrid last season in search of a new challenge after a nine-year run with the Los Blancos where he won four Champions League trophies with them, three back to back under Zinedine Zidane who now returned to the club. "He's the future of Juventus; an extraordinary player and he'll have another great season next year".

Bianconeri made only two changes from their defeat against Ajax Amsterdam in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday, with Joao Cancelo and Juan Cuadrado coming in to the fold.

"If we only win the league, it still means we've had a great season". "Football is not a science".

The 34-year-old scored in both legs of the quarter-final tie against Ajax, but the Eredivisie were ultimately too much for the ageing Juve defence to handle.

"If we can win it, we will have to celebrate and commemorate".

Juve's clinching of the title rounds off a hugely impressive season domestically, having dropped points in just five matches.

However, with a 17-point lead over Napoli Allegri's side are nearly certainties to lift their 35th league title as they cement their domestic dominance despite continental disappointment.

As far as Ronaldo is concerned, the critics will say that Juventus would have won the title anyway and the forward has a race on his hands for the Golden Boot.

Their eight straight title sees Juventus overtake French club Lyon for the record of consecutive victories in the top five European leagues.

Although Juventus may have secured the league title, Brazilian hero Rivaldo reckons that Messi should lift the Ballon d'Or again this season.

For the time being, though, Ronaldo will be enjoying his moment of history and he has become the first player to win Europe's three biggest leagues.

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