Ranking Top 5 Cristiano Ronaldo’s Possible Transfer Move. According to rumours, Cristiano Ronaldo has informed Manchester United that he wants to leave the club this summer. Ronaldo is dissatisfied with the club’s lack of direction during the current summer transfer window. The 37-year-old is already sad that he will not be participating in the Champions League next season.
Last season, Ronaldo was Manchester United’s finest player, and he also won the ‘Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year’ title. The iconic Portuguese striker is aware that he only has a few seasons left in the Premier League and wishes to play for a team that is eager to contend for all honours.
Despite Ronaldo’s wish to depart, Manchester United is attempting to keep him. But everything is possible. Without further ado, here are the five most likely destinations for Ronaldo.
#1 Cristiano Ronaldo to Chelsea
According to The Athletic, Chelsea co-owner Tedd Boehly met with Cristiano Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes last week to discuss a possible transfer. Romelu Lukaku was loaned out to Inter Milan, and the Blues are now in desperate need to buy a proven goalscorer.
But it’s important to remember that Thomas Tuchel is a coach with excellent game management skills thanks to his tactical acumen. This implies that Tuchel will continue to alter his team even while it is playing. If Ronaldo is ready to accept those choices, he should only join Chelsea.
#2 Cristiano Ronaldo to Napoli
The incredibly dependable The Athletic’s David Ornstein has claimed that Napoli is a team that is interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo. Last season, the Partenopei finished third in Serie A, but they may have done even better if their ace scorer Victor Osimhen’s injury-related reduced fitness hadn’t occurred.
Napoli could strengthen their offence by bringing Cristiano Ronaldo, who will provide crucial Champions League experience. The 37-year-old also has plenty of Serie A experience, having won two Scudettos and two Italian Super Cups with Juventus in three seasons. In 134 games with the Old Lady, he scored 101 goals.
#3 Cristiano Ronaldo to Bayern Munich
Another club that could use Cristiano Ronaldo as a short-term solution is Bayern Munich. Bayern Munich’s renowned striker Robert Lewandowski has stated several times this summer that he wishes to leave the club.
Barcelona are eager to sign him, but Bayern Munich has been resistant. They want the Polish striker to stay at the club until the end of his contract next summer. However, given that Lewandowski has made no secret of his desire to leave the club, it may be in the club’s best interests to cash in on him this summer.
If so, they will require a top-tier goal scorer to take his spot in the forthcoming campaign. When it comes to it, Ronaldo can help. He won’t cost a lot in transfer fees, and he might make Bayern Munich’s transition to life without Lewandowski easier.
#4 Cristiano Ronaldo to Paris Saint-Germain
Luis Campos was most recently hired by Paris Saint-Germain as their sports advisor. He wants to turn the team into a competitive sporting organization instead of just a glorified marketing effort.
Thus, PSG might decline the chance to recruit Cristiano Ronaldo and dash our dreams of seeing a Lionel Messi-Ronaldo pairing. Neymar Jr. apparently being put up for sale and expected to leave the team in the summer means that PSG will need to bolster their onslaught.
#5 Cristiano Ronaldo to AS Roma
On Retesport’s 1927 show, former AS Roma player Angelo Di Livio stated that the team is planning to make a historic transfer for Cristiano Ronaldo.
“I know from various sources that Roma are trying to sign Cristiano Ronaldo and July 7 could be the date of the announcement. It’s a bit tactless, but the rumour has been circulating for a while in the football world.
By chance, I spoke with a friend who works on television and who found out about the negotiations for Cristiano from an important club manager at a dinner a few days ago.” Di Livio said (via AS)
One of Roma’s primary issues is that, like Manchester United, they do not have a participation in the Champions League. However, Ronaldo may appreciate the chance to work with Jose Mourinho once more. During their time at Real Madrid, the pair won the La Liga title, the Copa del Rey, and the Spanish Super Cup.