Juventus expect Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at the club this summer despite reports in Spain linking him with a move back to Real Madrid.
The 36-year-old has 12 months remaining on his contract with the former Italian champions and has not mentioned to the club that he wants to leave.
Juventus have not received a single offer from Real Madrid or any other club.
Spanish TV show El Chiringuito de Jugones reported last night that Real Madrid wanted to re-sign Ronaldo, although Marca has since reported that "the door is closed" on a return.
Real manager Carlo Ancelotti also dismissed reports that the Portuguese forward could be set to return to the Bernabeu, tweeting: "Cristiano is a Real Madrid legend and has all my love and respect.
"Never have I tried to sign him. We're looking forward."
Real sold Ronaldo to Juventus for a fee of just over £100m three years ago.
Since then, he has won a pair of Serie A titles and the Coppa Italia last season, when Juventus were beaten to the title by Inter Milan.
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