Cristiano Ronaldo's Next Move: Where Could He Be In 2023?
After days of speculation, Manchester United has decided to release Cristiano Ronaldo on mutual agreement with immediate effect. The next question, of course, is whether there are any elite European clubs willing to take a punt on him.
We take a look at five possible destinations Cristiano Ronaldo will be headed to once the ongoing World Cup ends.
Sporting Lisbon, the club where it all started for Ronaldo, might also be the club where his glorious career ends. They surely have a place for Ronaldo in the rank but the only hurdle is they won't guarantee Champions League
David Beckham, the owner of Inter Miami, has expressed his intention to sign Ronaldo. There couldn't be a better time than now, when major European clubs have turned their back on the striker. Can Ronaldo be lured to join MLS?
A possible reunion with his ex-boss Jose Mourinho is also on cards. AS Roma might not fulfil the hefty demands of Ronaldo, but they can surely negotiate by offering him Serie A games, and they are fighting for the Champions League too.
After being bought by the Public Investment Fund, Newcastle United have been on a spending spree, and there couldn't be a better statement signing than Cristiano Ronaldo.
Al Hilal SFC
If he doesn't arouse much interest from European clubs, Ronaldo can make a move to the unfamiliar land of Saudi Arabia, and Al Hilal SFC seems to be the most likely destination there.