As soon as Juventus got eliminated from the Champions League at the hands of Porto, it began, the operation to link Cristiano Ronaldo with a sensational return to Real Madrid, but just what would the pros and cons be for the Spanish side in re-signing him?
Jorge Mendes has offered the player to Florentino Perez in front of the 2021/22 season, with Ronaldo urgent to leave Juventus after three baffling seasons in the Champions League.
His fantasy as of now is wear the celebrated white shirt indeed, bringing to a suitable end his story with the Spanish monsters, despite the fact that Perez's premium is sub-insignificant, particularly with the club's drawn out targets presently being Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland.
However, fan commitment is unbelievably critical to a president who could well be removed from office ultimately, and that will be considered as there are numerous allies who couldn't want anything more than to see Los Merengues' unsurpassed driving goal scorer get back to the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
"It can happen, it can happen," clarified Zinedine Zidane when tested on Ronaldo's conceivable return. However, there are numerous variables to consider.
Positives of Ronaldo's return
1. Real Madrid are getting a player who guarantees goals from day to day basis
Ronaldo wouldn't be returning to the Spanish capital in decline, even at 36 years old. His scoring data continues to amaze, even at Juventus where he has netted 30 times in 34 games this term.
2. His ambition to win is undiminished
Zidane knows it, Real Madrid fans know it and opponents know it... Ronaldo's desire to win is as high as it ever was. He will push teammates to their maximum level and he won't allow them to relax.
3. Zidane knows how to use him.
Minute-management were key in Ronaldo's latter years in Spain, with Zidane knowing exactly how and when to use the forward. Zidane is the coach who has known that better than anyone, Sir Alex Ferguson aside, and the French coach wouldn't need to adapt to the signing like he would if Haaland or Mbappe arrived.
4. He's a spectacular hit in marketing terms
The marketability of Ronaldo being in Madrid once again would be staggering. This would bring in a lot of income for Real Madrid, who have been struggling financial in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
5. The romantic effect
As fans of Manchester United would attest to, the feeling of happiness of a Ronaldo return would be significant in Madrid. Many fans still regard his departure as a dark day in the club's history, and they feel his return would correct a mistake made by both parties.
Negatives of Ronaldo's return
1. He would be an investment for the short term
At 36, Ronaldo isn't a venture for the future so the expense to take him back to the club would be basically dead cash. Despite the fact that he is in great shape, Real Madrid desire to restore their crew with youth and Ronaldo wouldn't find a way into that thought.
2. Ronaldo brings objectives as well as negativity
Marking Ronaldo ensures objectives, yet it likewise ensures the appearance of his fits, his indignation and offers of disappointment towards his colleagues. His craving to play the entire game would be there and that could mess up a changing area that has become acclimated to living without him.
3. His appearance would prevent the signing of different stars
Haaland and Mbappe are stars of the present and what's to come. They would be feature landings in Real Madrid, yet in the event that Ronaldo is there as well, it would be impossible. Mbappe loves Ronaldo, yet he detests being in the shadow of Neymar at PSG, so he wouldn't have any desire to do likewise in Spain.
4. His salary would be huge for his age
All of Florentino Perez's persevering work to improve club funds all through the pandemic would leave the window by taking on Ronaldo's 20-million-euro per season pay again. Notwithstanding the exchange expense, his compensation would be higher than some other player at the club. This will not go down well with those players who have battled, all things considered, to get a restoration at the club this term, most notably Sergio Ramos.
The time of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi as the best two footballers on the planet is reaching a conclusion. There are new faces who will before long ascent to the top, and Real Madrid needs to restore their changing area with those players, and not live in the past by bringing Ronaldo back. In the event that he returns, in any event, for one season, it would setback the long-awaited plans for revolution in the Spanish capital.
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