36-year-old Ronaldo shows off freakishly good physique in Juve dressing room

Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is clearly still in sensational shape at the age of 36.

Ronaldo is showing no signs of slowing down both in terms of performance and physicality despite edging closer towards his 40s, with a tally of 32 goals in 37 appearances for Juve this season serving as proof of that.

And in a photo shared on his social media, the Portugal captain is also still as ripped as ever.

CR7 uploaded a picture that shows him posing in the Juve dressing room alongside team-mates Aaron Ramsey, Merih Demiral and Gianluca Frabotta while donning just a pair of pants.

Ronaldo has been unable to prevent Juve from falling by the wayside in the Serie A title race this season.

Andrea Pirlo’s men currently find themselves a whopping 13 points adrift of runaway leaders Inter Milan, who only need another four wins to become champions.

It has been a disappointing season for the holders, who have only won 18 out of 31 matches so far.

And incredibly, former Juve midfielder Massimo Mauro has launched a scathing attack on Ronaldo for his part in this season’s downfall, insisting he will “never” be a leader.

“Ronaldo has never been a leader where he has played and he never will be,” Mauro told Gazzetta dello Sport.

“He is like a company and his turnover is more important to him than the success of the team.

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  • “Cristiano doesn't drag his teammates along with him, he always wants them to give him the ball to score goals. He is a great individualist, he is not a team player.

    “From the point of view of results, Juventus with him did not do better than in the past, they even did worse in the Champions League. That is why the best thing for both of them is that their paths separate.”

    Ronaldo has scored 97 goals in 126 games for Juve since completing a £100million move from Real Madrid back in 2018.

    The former Madrid and Manchester United star is widely considered one of the greatest players in football history, having clinched five Champions League titles and four Ballon d’Ors.

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