September 23, 2023


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Cristiano Ronaldo fails to return to training as the Portuguese searches for a new club

To the shock of many, Cristiano Ronaldo has asked to leave Manchester united; as he is not happy with the current situation of the club. With the sudden change coming only one month after he said he was “HAPPY” at united.

The United forward still hasn’t returned to training and won’t be joining Manchester United in Bangkok, as he has been given time to sort out his personal issues. as per ~ Fabrizio Romano

The Portuguese international told Manchester United that he wants to leave the club this summer as long as a reasonable offer is proposed. The reason for his rapid change of heart is utterly limpid; the clubs ambitions are totally not akin to his, as he desires trophies immediately.

To a few, the news might not be so shocking, as Manchester united failed to qualify for the 2022/23 champions league after finishing the season in sixth(6th) place; 11 points behind the gunners in fifth(5th) place, which is why it is not bemusing that Mr Champions league wants to resume playing in his favorite competition.

Ronaldo is not getting any younger and at his age, he needs to be playing in a team that is stable, ambitious and is ready to compete on all fronts and Manchester United does not look like they can offer him that.

Their absence in next season’s UCL, the lack of ambition and investments shown by the Glazers has made Cristiano Ronaldo unhappy and his agent is now looking to get the Portuguese out of Manchester United.

Well, Manchester United have not changed their stance and they have said Cristiano Ronaldo is not for sale as they want him in their team for next season.

This is one story to keep an eye on and we’d be keeping you up-to-date as things develop. However, with all the uncertainties surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo’s future, you can’t help but ask: what club would Cristiano Ronaldo be playing for, come next season?

In this article, we’d take a look at some of the clubs Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked to and then offer our thoughts on whether or not a move would be good for the Portuguese man.

Napoli, PSG, Bayern and Chelsea all show interest in Cristiano Ronaldo

Questions can only be asked, and answers can only be awaited; where would Cristiano Ronaldo play next season ? As reported by multiple sources, links have been made by Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes with the likes of Chelsea, and Fc Bayern ; with them considering a potential transfer for the veteran, but no agreement has been reached with any club yet.

Also rumored is Paris Saint-Germain, might also be in the running; but it might seem like nothing but a dream to see Cristiano and Messi play together.

What most teams that his agent Jorge Mendes has come in contact with would look to implore Cristiano Ronaldo for, is his finishing ability; the man’s prowess in front of goal is second to none; only seldomly can one find as prolific a finisher as the Portuguese captain.

Napoli have also expressed their interest in signing the forward; almost treading in the same footsteps as when they signed the great Argentine international Diego Armando Maradona.

Many may be quick to censure Ronaldo’s rapid change of heart; especially United fans, after making a statement only a month ago that He was happy at the club, but from his view, the 37-year-old international is at the latter stage of his career; his desires to play at the top level (Champions league), are of top most priority.

Although he is extremely fit, and utterly sound physically, you can only say he has a few more years to participate in the beautiful sport; only Steve Ogrizovic, who was an english top flight legend has reached the age of 41 in premier league football.

Surely which ever club the veteran eventually settles, he would be as prolific as he always is.

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