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Reports Have Shown Ronaldo Has Chosen His Next Club

Cristiano Ronaldo may have chosen his next destination. Manchester United, Real Madrid, PSG, Sporting, Juventus. Where does Cristiano Ronaldo want to play next year. According to the newspaper Record, Ronaldo may have chosen his next club and it may surprise you.

Unfortunately for Juventus, moving forward, Cristiano Ronaldo now thinks that he'll have to go elsewhere. He wants to leave Juventus and he has chosen his next destination. According to Record, he wants to go back to where he started LE SPORTING CP. After playing for sporting at youth level, CR7 left his first club in 2003 for Manchester United. Sporting is finally a very competitive team again this season. Reuben Amorim, who arrived in 2020, has transformed the club. He could help Sporting win a first title since 2002.

Ronaldo is determined to finish his career at home, in Portugal. Unfortunately for him, he'll have to wait a little longer. SCP won't be able to carry out a straight up transfer. CR7 will have to wait until the end of his contract, in June 2022. He would still play one more season for Juventus before joining Sporting.

Italy would get to enjoy Ronaldo for one more season. The chance of CR7 to win the Scudetto and the UCL for Juve? In the meantime in Turin, Ronaldo remains the Key Man. While he wants to leave, Ronaldo remains professional and focused.

Along with Sporting, United are watching him closely. According to Marca, United is a real option for Ronaldo. This movie would still be complicated on financial level. PSG, the third potential club, have shown less interest in recent days. The French Club first have to first settle a Neymar Mbappe deal. If they extend at PSG, CR7 won't come that's for sure.

Where do you want to see Ronaldo sign this summer or in 2022, at the end of his contract. Kindly leave your thoughts below and thank you for your time.

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