Juventus attacker Cristiano Ronaldo has affirmed that he is only focused on the Euros amid persistent speculation surrounding an exit from Turin.
The Old Lady could only muster a fourth-placed finish in Serie A last term - with Inter Milan ending their perennial reign of dominance - and they suffered a humbling last-16 Champions League exit at the hands of Porto.
Juve's underwhelming 2020-21 season has led to rumours that Ronaldo could make a sensational return to Manchester United, but the five-time Ballon d'Or winner has affirmed that he is ignoring the talk surrounding his next career move.
Speaking to reporters, Ronaldo said: "I have been playing at the highest level for 18 years. It doesn't really bother me. If I was 18 or 19, I don't think I would sleep thinking about the future. Now, I'm 36.
"Am I'm staying? It doesn't matter now. What happens will be for the best. Now I'm focused on the European Championship. I want to win and I want to have positive thoughts from the first to the last game."
Ronaldo struck 29 goals in 33 Serie A games last season to win the Capocannoniere, and he is expected to lead the line in Portugal's Euro 2020 opener with Hungary on Wednesday.