It was the big news in England in recent hours: Cristiano Ronaldo is no longer a Manchester United player. The Red Devils have terminated the five-time Ballon d’Or contract.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United, it’s over! The English club had very little taste of the Portuguese’s last outing in the press, he who openly criticized the management of the Red Devils. Ronaldo will therefore have to find a new base. Despite his 37 years, some clubs are naturally interested in CR7, whether sportingly or in terms of marketing. Although it has often been associated with the PSG in recent years, however, the Portuguese is unlikely to join the capital club after the World Cup.
Cristiano Ronaldo, PSG is not hot
Journalist: “Scenario: Mbappé goes to Real. You, at PSG with Messi”.
Cristiano Ronaldo: “You can never say never”. pic.twitter.com/nyaXQfzVkn
— Gio CR7 (@ArobaseGiovanny) November 17, 2022
According The Team, no interest at the moment for the PSG to recruit Ronaldo. Indeed, the champions of France already have big offensive stars, like Kylian Mbappé, Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr. No place therefore in the immediate future for the former player of Juve. The French media is betting more on a start in MLS, even if CR7 believes it still has a lot to give to European training. The Gazzetta dello Sport she says that the five-time Ballon d’Or would like to sign at PSG or Chelsea. But the formation that would hold the rope would be… Newcastle. The Magpies plan to sign Cristiano Ronaldo for 6 or 18 months before sending him to his other club, Al-Nassr FC.
— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) November 19, 2022
Total amount offered to the Portuguese: 300 million euros! It would certainly be a very nice marketing move carried out by the new Saudi owners of Newcastle. It remains to be seen what Ronaldo will consider, who would like to compete in the Champions League once again before saying goodbye to the world of football for good. CR7 will let his representatives take care of his future as his mind is entirely on Portugal and the World Cup in Qatar.