Ronaldo Searching For A New Club After Leaving Manchester United
Cristiano Ronaldo is looking for a new team after Manchester United stated that the former Real Madrid striker will be departing and that the club may be sold.
Ronaldo, who is presently in Qatar for the World Cup, made his own statement, proclaiming his affection for the club and said it “feels like the appropriate moment” to seek a new challenge.
According to AFP, Ronaldo’s complaint is that top English and European teams chose not to sign him during the summer transfer season, despite his wish to leave Old Trafford.
They’ll be even more wary now that he’s said he doesn’t like Manchester United coach Erik ten Hag.
Ronaldo said he was offered a two-year deal worth $360 million by a Saudi Arabian club and remains insistent there is interest from Europe’s top clubs.
Should a European side fail to come calling, a move to the United States is a possibility.
The Portugal star made his name in his first spell at Old Trafford where won three Premier League titles and the Champions League at United before leaving in 2009 after six years for Real Madrid.
When he rejoined Manchester United last year, he finished third in the Premier League goalscoring charts with 18 goals but has been a peripheral figure this season, scoring just three times in all competitions.
The World Cup may be his last chance to demonstrate that he can still perform at the highest level.
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