Cristiano Ronaldo, who currently aims to overtake Ciro Immobile in the Capocannoniere battle, is reportedly committed to continue at Juventus.
Tuttosport writes that Ronaldo will not entertain the rumours of a move to Paris Saint-Germain and aims to set further records with the Bianconeri.
The Turin based newspaper claims the Portuguese superstar, who arrived for €117m from Real Madrid in July 2018, is content at the Allianz Stadium and is not looking to move on after the campaign.
There are two years left of his current contract with the Old Lady, as his lucrative deal expires in June 2022.
This season, Ronaldo has scored 28 goals in 28 Serie A games, the first Juventus player in 60 years to score above 25 in a single season.
His two penalties against Atalanta on Saturday currently leaves him one goal behind Immobile in the goalscorer standings, as the Lazio forward has bagged 29 goals in 31 games for the Aquile.
Ronaldo has scored 32 goals across all competitions this season, which leaves him 19 goals behind Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski, who has scored 11 goals only in the Champions League this term.