Cristiano Ronaldo – 5 most likely destinations next season

He’s one of the world’s greatest football players. But even for one of the most decorated footballers the game has ever seen, this is a huge season for Cristiano Ronaldo. Not only does it represent perhaps his last tilt at World Cup glory, but it looks increasingly likely that this will also be the Portuguese legend’s final year at Manchester United.

But although now 37, the soccer legend and one of the most awarded football players is far from washed up. Indeed, with the world’s biggest international football event on the horizon, many World Cup betting sites, like (bettingtop10.com/ie/) fancy the iconic number 7 to have a stellar tournament, and are sharpening their odds accordingly.

And Portugal coach Fernando Santos will certainly be counting on his most famous charge.

After all, they certainly don’t have the easiest of groups to contend with, and things will need to fall their way if one of the game’s greatest ever players can successfully add the one major trophy that has so far eluded him in his illustrious career to his overflowing trophy cabinet.

But while Ronaldo remains an integral part of his country’s set up, things are not so clear cut at Manchester United. The attacker, signed from Juventus on a two-year contract in 2021, has not had the happiest of times since his return to the club that arguably made him a global superstar. And with Ronaldo turning 38 by the end of the 2022/2023 campaign, his the next move could potentially be his last. So with all of that in mind, we will take a look at five of Ronaldo’s most likely destinations for next season.

Top 5 Ronaldo’s most likely destinations for the next season (the order does not matter and does not indicate anything):

1. Atlético de Madrid

Source: barcauniversal.com

Would a Real Madrid legend really damage his legacy by signing for Los Blancos’ great rivals?

Well, it certainly has been much speculated, and often in football there is very little smoke without fire. Would Ronaldo really relish one last hurrah in La Liga, a competition in which he currently sits second on the all-time goalscoring list? If he did, it surely wouldn’t be as an attempt to have a tilt at one Lionel Messi’s record: The Portuguese star currently sits 163 goals behind his enduring nemesis.

2. Paris Saint-Germain

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Have you ever heard of the old expression, ‘if you can’t beat them, join them?’ Well, how about the chances of Ronaldo linking up with that greatest of rivals in the French capital? Paris Saint-Germain are certainly wealthy enough, knowing that they are France’s most successful club and that they have won over 40 official honours. But could Les Parisiens really accommodate Messi, Neymar, Kylian Mbappé and Ronaldo on one side? They might have to sacrifice a defender to do it, but my word it would be great to watch! Never doubt the ambition of PSG’s owners, that’s for sure!

3. Inter Miami (or another MLS Club)

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If Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to follow the glamour route, then it doesn’t get more star- studded than Miami. And if the icondid decide to relocate to Florida, he’d be following in the footsteps of another famous Number 7, one David Beckham, who is now the owner of the MLS club. The MLS is certainly a popular destination for ageing footballing superstars, and we certainly could picture CR7 sunning himself on Miami beach! This one might just happen!

4. A Saudi Arabian Club

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As one of the highest-profile athletes in the world, a move to a Saudi club for Ronaldo would be considered to be a significant bit of business for the Kingdom. Certainly a Saudi team would have little problem matching the forward’s astronomical wage demands. And the Middle East is becoming an ever increasingly popular destination for football stars. The likes of former Valencia and Sevilla favourite Éver Banega – capped 65 times by Argentina – and Italy forward Sabastian Giovinco has already tasted life in the Saudi Pro League. And as of at the time of writing, 12 Portuguese players have appeared in the Saudi top flight. Who knows, Ronaldo could just become number 13!

5. Sporting Lisbon

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Could Cristiano Ronaldo book-end his career with a glorious return to the club where it all started? It was in the Portuguese capital where a young man from the island of Madeira took his first professional steps, and a return to home shores would certainly make for a romantic ending to what is one of football’s greatest ever fairytales. Who would bet against it? One thing is for certain – Sporting would struggle to match the financial rewards that pretty much any another club on this list could promise. But when home calls?

The newest pieces of information

The newest information is that the famous Man United confirmed the offer of 100 m euros for the Brazil winger Antony. This winger is a 22-year-old who is set to become the second most expensive transfer in United’s history. This information can also mean an end to a long-running transfer saga. Following this Man United decision, this could be it for the transfer activity. But it also means that the future of Cristiano Ronaldo is still not settled. His team, with his manager, is still working to find the best possible offer for one of the most famous football players in the world. His agent is giving his beat, and according to the newest pieces of information, Napoli and Sporting CP are the final options if the Portuguese want to return to Champions League football this season. We are still waiting for the decision and the information about the transfer of one of the best soccer players in the world. This is currently one of the most popular and topical topics, and many fans and football fans are impatiently waiting for the final decision and the final outcome of this transfer. The transfer season has barely closed, and everyone is wondering what will happen and who will be joined by the well-known name – Cristiano Ronaldo. It’s up to us to see and wait.

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