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Possible destinations for Cristiano Ronaldo after his request to leave Manchester United

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The Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, player of Manchester United, occupies the most prominent title in the current Summer Transfermarkt, after reports showed that he would like to play in the Champions League next season.

And if he wants to get what he wants, there are likely a few destinations in the transfer market for the 37-year-old, and Stats Performance will be looking at the most prominent names.

Naples:
Talks about Ronaldo’s return to the Italian League did not stop at a time when Napoli emerged as one of the potential teams to join him, in light of the team’s need for a new star following Lorenzo’s departure. Insignia.

Napoli finished third in the Italian League last season, nine points behind Juventus, matching Ronaldo’s desire to play in the Champions League.

Chelsea:
With new owner Todd Boley at the helm, Chelsea appear to need to develop their roster, and finances will not be an obstacle as the club allowed the departure of Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku, who returned to Chelsea on loan a year after Chelsea. Inter Milan. paid £97.5 million to record it.

What is really interesting are the reports that spoke of a meeting that actually took place between Boli and Jorge Mendes, Ronaldo’s agent, where Chelsea are in need of a striker after Lukaku’s departure, while German Timo Werner could play in other roles in instead of the role of the outright striker.

The biggest question here is the possibility that Ronaldo will accept to play in an English team other than Manchester United, which could pose a threat to the “Blues” who hope to sign him, and in the opposite case United could demand a large fee for compensate for what they paid to join the Portuguese star last season.

Sporty Lisbon:
Sporting Lisbon gets inspiration from Ronaldo’s return to United last season, but will he succeed in repeating that again by bringing the Portuguese star where it all started in his career? It cannot be ruled out.

Sporting Lisbon finished second in the Portuguese league last season and has what Ronaldo wants, which is to compete in the Champions League, and it is also a great club, and it was the club where Ronaldo started his career before he left his country in 2003.

Ronaldo only played one season in the Sporting Lisbon first team before moving to Manchester United, so he feels he has some unfinished business here.

Bayern Munich:
Ronaldo played in three of the five major leagues in Europe, the English, Spanish and Italian leagues while he had never played in the German (Bundesliga) or French league, while Bayern was mentioned as one of the clubs Ronaldo is likely to join while Paris failed to show that Saint-Germain has no interest in it.

At a time when the future of the Polish striker Robert Lewandowski in the “Allianz Arena” is uncertain, he might get what he wants and leave the team to Barcelona, ​​and so Bayern Ronaldo can record as an alternative.
In the past five years, no player has scored more goals than Lewandowski (193 goals), but Ronaldo, together with Senegalese star Sadio Mane, can fill any gap in the score that could arise in the event of the Polish departure. rush hour.

Real Madrid:
Could Ronaldo return to the Spanish capital, could Real be his potential destination?

The European champions don’t seem to need another giant striker on the front lines given the impressive performance of French star Karim Benzema, but Ronaldo’s return to the club where he scored 450 goals could be an idea club president Florentino Perez could appeal .

American Football League:
So the Champions League is Ronaldo’s goal and the reason for him to leave, but if the offers don’t work, will the Portuguese star take the step to move to MLS?

With the 2026 World Cup in North America, Ronaldo’s presence in the American League could bolster that league’s image, and this transfer will undoubtedly be the biggest in the league’s history since David Beckham joined the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2007.

Manchester United are reportedly not looking to sell Ronaldo, but will he make the move to move to North America with the end of his contract next year?

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