Mercato: A destination is becoming clearer for Cristiano Ronaldo

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Mercato: A destination is becoming clearer for Cristiano Ronaldo

Published on October 27, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.

Eager to pack up during the last summer transfer window, Cristiano Ronaldo could leave Manchester United this winter, the striker not entering the plans of Erik ten Hag. For lack of proposals in Europe, the number 7 could bounce back in MLS, where a particular franchise appears in pole position.

Back in training on Tuesday after being sidelined last weekend, caused by his refusal to come into play against Tottenham a few days earlier, Cristiano Ronaldo still sees his future dashed. Currently in his last year of contract, the Portuguese wants to pack up, a departure that no longer opposes Manchester United, ready to release his attacker in January according to the British press. But the latter faces a major problem, no club has manifested concretely so far. A situation that could require Cristiano Ronaldo to leave Europe.

Cristiano Ronaldo to Miami in case of departure in MLS?

Lately, there has been talk in particular of an arrival in MLS for cristiano Ronaldo. According The SunI’Inter-Miami would like to attract the Portuguese star, a base confirmed by the Los Angeles Times. At the head of the Californian franchise, David Beckham would appear as the favorite in the United States, having the financial resources necessary for such an operation. With the retirement of Gonzalo Higuainthe expiration of the contract ofAlejandro Pozuelo and the departure of Rodolfo Pizarro for MonterreyI’Inter-Miami also has the necessary space to accommodate cristiano Ronaldo as a designated player, i.e. a member of the squad authorized to receive a salary above the limit authorized by the MLS.

The two Los Angeles franchises blocked for Cristiano Ronaldo

the Los Angeles Galaxy could also be interested in the arrival of cristiano Ronaldothe California franchise having hosted David Beckham, Steve Gerard or Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the past. However, the franchise already boasts the second highest payroll in the MLS and his three Designated Player spots are filled. A situation that is unlikely to improve with the probable arrival of Luis Suarez. A problem also faced by the Los Angeles F.C. according The LA Times. The three designated player places are taken and Gareth Baleunder contract until June 2023, has a contract above the maximum budget load of the MLS. What reduce the chances of the franchise.

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