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After disappointing results .. 5 possible destinations for Ronaldo away from United

Media reports revealed that it is not excluded that Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo will ask to leave Manchester United, if the negative results of the “Red Devils” continue.

And the British newspaper “Express” reported that Ronaldo has not returned to the “Red Devils” team to play in the European League, or suffer from a series of negative results under the leadership of coach Solskjaer.

She added, “Therefore, it is not excluded that Ronaldo will ask to leave at the end of the current season, if the team continues to achieve disappointing results.”

And the Spanish newspaper, “Marca”, revealed five possible destinations for Ronaldo if he decided to leave United in the summer transfer period 2022.

Paris Saint-Germain

With Kylian Mbappe’s contract expiring in June, and Real Madrid’s interest in signing the France international, Ronaldo appears to be a good candidate to fill the void of the Paris Saint-Germain striker.

And if Ronaldo signed with the Parisian club, the dream of football fans around the world will come true to see “Don” and Lionel Messi in one team.

Ronaldo left Real Madrid in 2018 to join Italian club Juventus.

And there were reports that the “Don” was willing to return to “Maringhi” last summer, noting that the Portuguese international maintained good relations with the Spanish team.

Sporting Lisbon

The Manchester United striker had previously hinted at a possible retirement at his childhood club Sporting Lisbon, which he was close to joining in 2003, making the team a strong candidate should the Madeira missile think of retiring.

Inter Miami

In 2020, the owner of “Inter Miami” David Beckham expressed his desire to bring in stars such as Messi and Ronaldo to promote the club’s brand name, which may make it among the “Don” options.


Such a possibility cannot be ruled out in the world of football, especially since former Barcelona director Toni Friska had stated that the time was right to bring Ronaldo back to the Spanish “La Liga”.


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