Cristiano Ronaldo is dissatisfied at Juventus and might leave this summer.
The Portuguese icon has grown anxious and angry at Juventus and has been abandoned by the rest of the squad. CR7 still has a year left on his bumper agreement in Turin. However, considering his present dissatisfaction, he may try to cut his tenure in Italy short a year prematurely. And it wouldn’t be a major loss to Juventus, who are supposedly being financially devastated by Ronaldo’s deal in the aftermath of the coronavirus outbreak.
Goals Scored by Ronaldo in the 20/21 Season
In spite of Juventus’ disappointing league campaign, in which they finished fourth on the last day, Ronaldo demonstrated his world-class talent again for the club this season. In 44 games for the Italian giants, the 36-year-old scored 36 goals. His 29 Serie A goals made him the league’s leading scorer, and his 7.61 WhoScored rating was the best of any athlete in Italy’s top flight. Ronaldo won two titles with the Turin club this season, in spite of losing out on the league championship. In the 2020/21 season, the Portugal international won both the Italian Super Cup and the Italian Cup.
Ronaldo’s Performance Portugal’s Euros Opener
Portugal won 3-0 over Hungary in Budapest to start their European Championship campaign in style. Ronaldo’s goal-scoring exploits for his country continued with a brace in his first game of the competition. His first goal was a well-taken penalty, and his second came after some fantastic build-up play before the 36-year-old turned the goalie and converted it into an open goal.
Here are the possible clubs the 36-year-old would end up in.
On the subject of homecoming, presumably, Ronaldo will be able to go back to Old Trafford, probably the stadium where he is most beloved in the world. CR7 departed the Theatre of Dreams for £80 million in 2009 and was greeted warmly upon his return to Real Madrid in 2013. However, Edinson Cavani has signed a one-year contract deal, ensuring that a position up front – as well as Ronaldo’s famous former No7 shirt – is no more empty.
Since he shattered their hearts and left the pitch for Spain so many years ago, Manchester United supporters have wished for a Ronaldo comeback. Despite spending most of his football career in Spain, the 36-year-old is a Manchester icon. With United, Ronaldo won the Premier League thrice and helped them win the Champions League in 07/08.
United are the second favorites to recruit Ronaldo in the bookies, and irrespective of the odds indicating a 23.1 percent probability of Ronaldo coming to Manchester, digital sports bettors appear to be sold on the notion. The homecoming of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United has been the subject of 58 percent of bets at non-GamStop gambling sites on NonGamStopSlots.com. Manchester United is now -2000 to place in the Premier League’s leading four, which would ensure them a place in the Champions League, which would be important in their pursuit of Ronaldo.
According to Gazzetta Dello Sport, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has proposed a £17 million a year contract by his old club, equating to £327,000 per week. The financial terms of the agreement, according to Spotrac, would elevate Ronaldo to United’s second highest-earning, after Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea, who now makes a remarkable £19.5 million per year.
Ronaldo may go back to where it all began, particularly if his mother Dolores and Nike are involved. As a youngster, CR7 scored five goals in 31 appearances for Sporting before being signed by Manchester United in 2003. With his supplier, Nike taking over as the Portuguese team’s official uniform sponsor the next term, and Dolores being a drop-dead supporter, Ronaldo may make a tear-jerking come back to his homeland to finish his career. As she toasted to Sporting’s first league championship in as many as 19 years, the Portuguese’s mother even promised to encourage her son to return to the club.
Paris Saint Germain
PSG, on the other hand, has the financial resources and is capable of affording Ronaldo. The Ligue 1 winners might be in trouble this summer if Kylian Mbappe does not sign a new contract like Neymar did. The Qatar-backed team that actively promotes responsible playing will be keen to make a powerful statement in the transfer window if they miss the Frenchman, and Ronaldo might just suit the budget.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez lately dismissed claims that Santiago Bernabeu is attempting to re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo. More bizarre things have actually occurred if they lose out on primary prospects Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland. Ronaldo recorded an astounding 450 goals for Real Madrid in 438 games, capturing as many as four Champions Leagues all along the way and the club has yet to win another since his leave.
Ronaldo may have been a little early to travel to the United States, having been so productive in Italy this season. However, David Beckham does not feel it will be difficult to pitch the concept to CR7.