Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid in the summer of 2018, after winning his third Champions League series in a row with Casa Blanca in Kyiv against Liverpool. From there he moved to Juventus and last season returned to Manchester United which is a club in which he gained world fame. Unfortunately on both sides, the experience was not pleasant for anyone.
At 37, the Portuguese could change teams again because it looks like his new Red Devils coach, Erik ten Hag, is less confident of having such a tough personality in the dressing room thinking of a possible remake of next season. , although Ronaldo signed last summer a two-season contract with a third option with the English club.
In this context, the English newspaper The Mirror confirmed on Sunday that Cristiano may return to Real Madrid because both sides are interested in a possible return, although the striker’s departure is due to egos clash with the club’s president, Florentino Perez.
But before confirming this signing, rotativo clarifies that the most important thing for Madrid in the summer is to sign, finally, French star Kylian Mbappé, in negotiations with PSG extended for at least three years. The situation could be that, if Mbappé lives in Paris, then Madrid will move to Cristiano.
The love between the Spanish team and the Portuguese striker was full. During their eight years with the team, Cristiano Ronaldo scored 450 goals and 132 assistants in 438 games, won four Champions League and 2 Laliga while being honored with the 4 Ballon d’Or.
However, these rumors are not new. Last summer, there had been speculation about Ronaldo’s return to the white club since last summer, but the club rejected negotiations and United were seen as an option.
The end of Cristiano’s second spell with United?
Unfortunately, this second round of Cristiano and the “Red Devils” fell far short of expectations. The Red Devils went through a period of instability, almost out of the Europa League, with one win in their last five games and three defeats. Although the Portuguese have scored 23 goals, 13 of them in the Premier League.
But the poor performance of the team this year has angered the Portuguese, so he too would have to look out for the team as the main contenders for the next tournament seem to be not competing at the top of English football.
In addition, the style of the Ten Hag teams requires more sacrifice for the strikers, looking for a stronger ball. This could cause CR7 to use part of its attack power to benefit the collection. Something that may not be very comfortable for the world star.