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Ronaldo on whether he will stay at Juventus next season: '1,000 percent'

The FC crew debate whether Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus' celebrations after clinching the Serie A title were soured by their Champions League exit.
Juventus were often second-best against Fiorentina, but the Bianconeri did enough to clinch their eighth straight Serie A title and 35th overall.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus celebrate their record eighth straight Serie A title after beating Fiorentina.
Italian Serie A: German Pezzella own goal (53') Juventus 2-1 Fiorentina

Cristiano Ronaldo has said it is "1,000 percent" certain he is staying at Juventus next season after he clinched the Serie A title in his first season with the club.

Juve, having missed an opportunity to secure the Scudetto last weekend, made sure Saturday against Fiorentina with a 2-1 victory, which meant second-place Napoli could no longer catch them.

Italian media reports that Ronaldo was looking to leave after the disappointment of exiting the Champions League at the hands of Ajax were denied...

Ronaldo the 'future of Juventus,' not leaving after Champions League exit - Allegri

Ajax reached their first UCL semifinal in more than 20 years by beating Juventus, while Barcelona proved too much for Man United.
Gab Marcotti examines where things went wrong for Juventus and where the blame lies following their second-leg defeat against Ajax.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley credits Ajax for teaching Juventus a footballing lesson over two legs in their Champions League quarterfinal tie.

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has dismissed talk of Cristiano Ronaldo leaving the club in the wake of their Champions League elimination, confirming the 34-year-old will be in Turin still next season.

Ronaldo had played in the semifinals of the Champions League in each of the past nine seasons, but Juve's quarterfinal defeat to Ajax meant he would not be getting his hands on the trophy this year, having triumphed with Real Madrid in the past three seasons.

Italian media reported his disappointment...

Juventus shares plummet following Champions League failure

Ajax reached their first UCL semifinal in more than 20 years by beating Juventus, while Barcelona proved too much for Man United.
Gab Marcotti examines where things went wrong for Juventus and where the blame lies following their second-leg defeat against Ajax.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley credits Ajax for teaching Juventus a footballing lesson over two legs in their Champions League quarterfinal tie.

Shares in Serie A club Juventus fell by 24 percent on the Italian stock exchange in the wake of their Champions League elimination on Tuesday night.

- Marcotti: Why we should have seen Juve's collapse coming

Trading was temporarily suspended after a rush of trades saw the club's value plummet before a recovery saw a total drop of 17.7 percent in the day's trading.

Shares in the club had hit an annual high of €1.706 per share on the eve of Juve's Champions League quarterfinal second leg clash...

Massimiliano Allegri: 'I will remain at Juventus next season'

Gab Marcotti examines where things went wrong for Juventus and where the blame lies following their second-leg defeat against Ajax.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley credits Ajax for teaching Juventus a footballing lesson over two legs in their Champions League quarterfinal tie.

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri dismissed speculation about his future following their Champions League exit against Ajax Amsterdam on Tuesday, saying he would be at the club next season.

Allegri, who has led Juventus to four successive league and cup doubles and two Champions League finals, said he had already discussed the matter with club president Andrea Agnelli following their 2-1 defeat in the quarterfinal second leg.

"I already talked with the president, I will remain at Juve next season...