Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the hottest subjects in the football world currently. After Messi’s move to PSG, rumors have started floating around in the market regarding Ronaldo’s move. He was rumored to leave Juventus after a failed season last season and the number of clubs that have been involved in this saga is unreal.
However, if Ronaldo had to leave, where would he fit in perfectly? Let’s look at five clubs that can sign Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Parisians are having the time of their life as they signed five world-class players for a total fee of 70 million euros. However, if they could get to sell Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid, the price would be more than sufficient for them to buy Ronaldo from Juventus. The player will be paired with Lionel Messi upfront and also have the charismatic and flamboyant Neyamr Jr. It would be a dream for all the fans even if Ronaldo and Messi are coming towards the end of their career.
A return to the Spanish capital does not seem unlikely for the world’s greatest goal scorer. He will be welcomed with open arms in Madrid and his level is still the same as that of a top athlete. However, the need for younger players to build a team around will be crucial for Real Madrid and they would rather go for Kylian Mbappe. The choice remains with Rea Madrid who certainly has the resources to sign the star.
The return remains a viable option for Ronaldo as there is a certain club waiting for his comeback. The last dance will always be an open invitation for Ronaldo at Old Trafford as he is one of the greatest players the club has ever produced. Manchester United has the money and will to sign the Juventus star and can push for a move before the transfer window closes.
Even though Ronaldo wants to stay in Europe and win trophies, the MLS is not an uncertain destination for the Portuguese legend. The MLS has seen greats like Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Steven Gerrard and David Beckham play in the US and the idea of bringing in another legend won’t harm their financial status. Ronaldo had also mentioned once that he would love to play in the US.
Even though it seems unreal and unlikely, Germany is one of the places left for Ronaldo to show his worth. Even though he can go to France and break a few records there with his golden leg, the Bundesliga is another league he can explore. For obvious reasons, Ronaldo will join the best team in the league and Bayern is the most financially suited team for him. He has proved it in England, Spain, and Italy, it is time for him to show the Germans who the king is.