Even though Cristiano Ronaldo’s form has significantly declined in the past season, the Portuguese forward remains one of the best players in world football.
Cristiano Ronaldo has struggled to find his best form, culminating in a significant decline in the market. According to figures from Transfermarkt, Ronaldo is worth £20.00m.
After a long wait, Cristiano Ronaldo sealed a record deal with Saudi Arabia football club Al Nassr, where he is expected to earn over $200 million annually. The deal came as a surprise amid links to other top European football clubs and Major League Soccer.
Ronaldo had his contract terminated by mutual consent, which brought his future at Old Trafford to an unexpected end.
“I said I don’t want to miss him and I want him to be in the squad and I want him to get involved for every game because he has an impact.” Erik ten Haag told the Athletic.
The Athletic also claimed Cristiano Ronaldo had refused to come on as a substitute in the team’s impressive 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur last weekend.
The teams Cristiano Ronaldo was linked to a move in January following Al Nassr’s decision
Talks about a possible move away from Old Trafford have refused to go away. It appears there has been no club in Europe willing to pay his high wages at the moment. Although his agent Jorge Mendes has continued to work out a way for him, no concrete name has been listed as his next destination.
According to recent posts by The Mirror, Cristiano Ronaldo could head for these four teams after the World Cup.
Ronaldo’s return to Sporting CP has been mentioned numerous times. This would be a return to his homeland, where it all began.
Mirror’s inclusion of Real Madrid is strange, but there could be a reunion between the Portuguese and his former club.
In the previous transfer window, the Los Blancos brushed aside a possible signing of the forward.
The Mirror sees Chelsea as his next destination as the club’s new owner Todd Boehly wants to see the Portuguese play at Old Trafford.