Cristiano Ronaldo has been caught packing away his supercars from his house in Turin as rumours circulate he could make a return to boyhood club Sporting.
Ronaldo moved to Juventus in 2018, after helping Real Madrid to their third Champions League title in-a-row, with the desire to bring European success back to the Old Lady.
That has proved difficult for the five time Ballon d'Or winner and Juve are now on the verge of missing out on the competition next season, unless either Napoli or AC Milan mess up on the final day of the season.
Juventus missing out would almost certainly lead to Ronaldo leaving the club and he has only accelerated the rumours with his latest move.
Per Semper Calcio took video of the 36-year-old having his supercars packed up from his Turin home and driven away, at 3 o'clock in the morning.
The company being used by Ronaldo is Rodo Cargo, a Lisbon based Portuguese moving company, which is where the former Manchester United star started his career.
There has already been talk that the Portugal star could be heading back to Sporting this summer, with his mum insisting he's about to go back to his first senior club, despite having a year left on his Juve deal.
Moving his cars to Lisbon could simply be as an interim whilst he sorts out his future or it could be another major hint to where his future lies.
His collection arriving in Turin, from Madrid, was in fact the first sign that he was heading to the then Italian champions, making their departure particularly relevant.
Another return is actually the bookies favourite for Ronaldo's future, with Real Madrid's all time top goalscorer 7/4 to head back to the Premier League with Manchester United.
One issue there might be Monday night's revelation that Harry Kane wants to leave Tottenham Hotspur but stay in England's top tier, with United one of his potential destinations.
PSG are second favourites to land Ronaldo should he decide to leave Andrea Pirlo's side with Real next ahead of Sporting.
We can't know for sure where Ronaldo will be next season, or at least not until his collection of supercars turns up somewhere else anyway...
Featured Image Credit: Per Sempre Calcio/PA
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