Will Cristiano Ronaldo be able to play in the Champions League next season? That’s the all-important goal of the five-time Ballon d’Or, which, at the age of 37, has no more time to waste.
The Madeira native wants to continue playing his “own” competition: the Champions League where he holds the records for the number of goals, assists, and appearances, among others.
Only, Manchester United will develop in the Europa League after finishing sixth in the last Premier League season. In this sense, CR7 has requested to be able to leave his club if an offer relating to him reaches the Employers’ Office.
But this is where the situation breaks. Jorge Mendes, the Portuguese historical agent, is trying to start negotiations with the clubs in order to find a way out for his client.
Chelsea’s name has been floated for a while, but Blues boss Thomas Tuchel has claimed he has no plans to sign the star despite negotiations by his new boss and Jorge Mendes.
This Saturday, it is Bayern Munich’s turn to face the prospect of the arrival of the Portuguese. “I have a lot of respect for Cristiano Ronaldo, his successes and his career. But again: it was and still is a topic for usThis Saturday was announced by Hasan Salihamidzic, sporting director of the Bavarian club.
Which club would you welcome?
With the doors closed at Chelsea and Bayern, the options for the Portuguese have narrowed. It is noteworthy that it is completely unlikely that the former Real Madrid player will return to Juventus, which he left a year ago. And as long as we’re talking about Real Madrid, it’s hard to imagine Florentino Perez bringing back the top scorer in his club’s history when the team finally seems to have found a balance after a few years of turmoil caused by…the departure of Ronaldo.
So where will Cristiano Ronaldo go? Will he be able to find a way out or will he have to play the Europa League with Manchester United? The transfer window is still long, but Manu starts his season on August 7 against Brighton and Hove Albion. With or without Ronaldo? The suspense remains.