Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, Saudi Arabia… What future for Cristiano Ronaldo?

After his departure from Manchester United was formalized, rumors swirled about Cristiano Ronaldo being sent to the four corners of Europe and the world.

Chelsea? Back to Sporting? Desires elsewhere with Saudi Arabia? Or even Paris Saint-Germain? There are many rumors about Cristiano Ronaldo. If his departure from Manchester United is registered, his new destination is not yet known. The Portuguese wants to focus on being selected for the World Cup. Meanwhile, the press is firing the bets.

Leaving Paris Saint-Germain?

according to in PaulaPortuguese daily, the capital club will be the most serious destination.

Ronaldo confirmed in his interview with Piers Morgan that money will not dictate his choice. This would rule out a prior move to Saudi Arabia, especially after rejecting a two-man contract with Al-Hilal for 242 million euros. He wants to keep feeling the adrenaline and PSG offers him that possibility. He is, to our knowledge, the most dangerous candidate for recruitment. What makes the quadruple of Ronaldo, Messi, Mbappe and Neymar possible? Can we read in the newspaper columns.

Another relegation spot in the Premier League

This time it is the record of predicting the future of the Portuguese star. According to them, the trend will be towards another drop in the English Championship.

Our newspaper (editor’s note: Record) knows that Newcastle is one of the potential bases of the club CR7, but in the Premier League Chelsea are also interested in him, especially since the departure of Thomas Tuchel, who rejected his transfer this summer. Moreover, one of Chelsea’s captains, Todd Boyle, recently spoke to Ronaldo, teasing his January transfer. He points to the editorial board.

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Note that the newspaper does not close the door to a possible departure to Saudi Arabia. Some rumors indicate a departure to Newcastle, and then to a Middle Eastern country, with the direct participation of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The magpie family is owned by a sovereign wealth fund in Saudi Arabia.

What about Bayern and Sporting?

These are cool leads now. Although they keep being mentioned, Bayern Munich and Sporting are, at the moment, not in the first place. It must be said that Oliver Kahn, director of the Bavarian club, closed the door to the Portuguese this summer, declaring that he “ It did not fit into the club’s philosophy “.

Ruben Amorim, Sporting’s coach, has been vague on the subject: ” It is up to him to decide his future. I’m not going to sit here and tell you how things are going for me “.

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