Relevo, a Spanish news outlet, has reported that Cristiano Ronaldo regretted leaving Real Madrid for Juventus in 2018.
Ronaldo has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr. Relevo also reported that the veteran Portuguese striker was dissatisfied with his current situation at Juventus.
The 37-year-old scored 101 goals in 134 outings for the Old Lady but thought he should not have departed for Turin. Despite winning two Serie A titles in his three seasons with the club, he was dissatisfied with the squad.
Relevo went on to say that Ronaldo saw a lack of synergy in the club as one of the reasons they were unable to win the UEFA Champions League.
Juventus signed Ronaldo to help them win the Champions League, but he was unable to do it during his stay at the club. Ronaldo left the club in the summer of 2020, only to return to Manchester United.