The Old Lady secured Champions League football for the new campaign with a final-day victory over Bologna, although she did so with her top scorer left on the bench.
Sure, it hurts his tongue, but all reports insist he was tired after a grueling midweek Coppa Italia clash against Atalanta.
Her future remains at stake, however, with some believing that the Old Lady is open to the idea of her coming out, and Athletic insists he will consider his future despite Juve consolidating their Champions League place for the new season.
The publication’s Laurie Whitwell also says the United boss “would not hesitate to sanction the 36-year-old’s re-signing” under the right conditions.
There is also uncertainty as to whether the club will continue with current boss Andrea Pirlo after a difficult campaign in which they failed to mount a serious bid to win the Champions League or the Italian division.
While there is a lot of uncertainty in the direction the Turin club will take, there is also huge doubt from the fans who are torn that Cristiano and Pirlo deserve to keep going.