Clubs that could sign Cristiano Ronaldo if he left Manchester United

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Cristiano Ronaldo have parted ways with Manchester United after the interview with Piers Morgan came out. The Portuguese will not be returning to Old Trafford after the World Cup. His recent interview have caused havoc everywhere, Ronaldo have criticized the manager as well as the club. Cristiano Ronaldo even made comments about how the club have not improved since Alex Ferguson. Ronaldo is currently with the national team, preparing for Qatar World Cup which could also be his last shot at the campaign.

Clubs Cristiano Ronaldo could end up playing

A lot of speculations are going around the fans about where Rolando could end up next. There are a few clubs that are included in this speculation. The first club is definitely Chelsea, it is known that the Blues do not shy away from splashing the cash on players that they show interest in. Chelsea are struggling this season with scoring goals, and signing the 37-year player could solve this problem of theirs. With Cristiano Ronaldo keen to return to Champions League, the Blues can provide him with that as well. Napoli were linked with the player over the summer. The Italian club is currently doing really well in Serie A. Ronaldo joining the team will only boost their game. But with a move to Napoli will come with a few pay cuts in the contract. Bayern Munich could be another club that could sign Ronaldo. The Portuguese have never played in Germany before, and this could be a new challenge for the player. Finance will definitely not be a problem for the club if they were to sign him.

Currently, Ronaldo is with the Portugal team preparing for their World Cup campaign. The Portugal team plays their first match against Ghana. But after the World Cup, the Ballon d’Or winner will be a free agent and will be able to join any club when the transfer window reopens again in January.

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