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Cristiano Ronaldo has a fleet of supercars that were shipped from Italy as a transfer notice

Cristiano Ronaldo has shipped his fleet of supercars from Turin to Madrid while speculation about his Juventus future continues.

The striker still has a year left for his deal at Allianz Stadium, but is linked to a summer change.

Juventus are still looking to secure a spot in the Champions League with a win on the last day of Serie A as they are currently fifth.

Otherwise, however, Ronaldo could be looking for new pastures as he continues to play an individual in the locker room.

It has been associated with moves at MLS, Manchester United, PSG and Real Madrid.

But his latest decision could have provided the biggest clue yet.

Cristiano Ronaldo shipped his car collection from Turin

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A video of his car collection, which includes a Bugatti and a Mercedes loaded into a trailer at night, was released earlier this week.

The company that moves the cars – Rodo Cargo – is based in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, and specializes in transporting luxury cars used by footballers around the world.

The footage was published on the Italian website. Per Semper Calcio and Madrid-based newspaper Marca have stated that it would have cost Ronaldo around £ 12,000 to move the vehicles.

The striker was a huge success at Real Madrid

The striker was a huge success at Real Madrid

Their arrival in Madrid, confirmed by Record, will only add to speculation about a return to Los Blancos.

Ronaldo left the Bernabeu in 2018 after winning his fourth Champions League title with the club.

However, both parties have been unable to repeat such a success without each other and there could be a summer of change in Madrid when Zinedine Zidane will leave.

However, Juventus boss Pavel Nedved has claimed that Ronaldo and current head coach Andrea Pirlo will both stay at the Bianconeri.

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