Real Madrid makes Cristiano Ronaldo decision over a possible return back to the Bernabeu in the winter, with Karim Benzema injured.
It did not take long for one to realize that Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United were about to break up after his interview with Piers Morgan became widely known. After all, the Portuguese striker had previously stated in public that he had no respect for the manager, making it appear impossible for Erik ten Hag to use him again.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United made the decision to part ways yesterday by mutual consent and with immediate effect. Due to the termination of his contract, the illustrious striker is now an unrestricted free agent and may sign with any organization.
There have been rumors that the legendary Portuguese player, who previously enjoyed great success with Real Madrid, is willing to join the European and Spanish champions.
However, MARCA reports that after the unexpected events, there is no chance of a reunion between Real Madrid and Ronaldo. The teams most interested in signing him right now are Newcastle United and Al Nassr.
Given that Los Blancos are nearing the end of their rebuild and are at ease with their forward trident, it makes sense that they would be reluctant to sign their former star for one last dance. Lack of playing time was Ronaldo’s main motivation for leaving Manchester, and it is obvious that Real Madrid cannot provide any more on those terms.
Now, Ronaldo’s future will depend on how well he performs at the World Cup. He undoubtedly wants to win the prestigious competition in Qatar, but he would also gain interest from clubs if he performed well.
Only ten Premier League games were played by the 37-year-old under Ten Hag this season, and he managed just one goal and no assists. His performance was better in the UEFA Europa League, where he scored twice and had an equal number of assists in six games.