After a very delicate first part of the season, Cristiano Ronaldo should leave Manchester United this winter.
From the height of his 37 years, Cristiano Ronaldo is certainly going through the most delicate season of his immense career. Confined to a joker role, when he is not directly sidelined for an attitude deemed inappropriate, the five-time Ballon d’Or seems close to the end of his adventure at Manchester United. A sad ending given what this club represents in its history.
A return to the country for Ronaldo?
Cristiano Ronaldo’s room for maneuver remains narrow, despite his desire to leave. The Portuguese goleador has lost his rating on the transfer market. In Europe, PSG, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Naples, Borussia Dortmund and even FC Barcelona or Olympique de Marseille are all destinations that have been linked, more or less recently, to the Portuguese superstar, before the doors do not close.
In this context, two options are available to CR7: exile on another continent, or live a last experience in Europe. Despite his touches in the United States or in the Gulf countries, the top scorer in the history of the Champions League could opt for the second choice.
According to information from Sky Sports, the track of Sporting Portugal would have warmed up. The superstar’s training club, Sporting had already been cited last summer as a possible way out for Ronaldo, but the Lusitanian team had not gone any further. The prospect of bringing back the idol could finally encourage the decision-makers of the Lisbon club to change their minds. To be continued…
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