Where is Ronaldo going?.. His name is associated with 13 teams, so will he end up in the Persian Gulf? (A photo)

The fate of the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo with his Manchester United team is still ambiguous, with about a week before the close of the current summer transfer window.

The media alleges that the Portuguese star applied to leave Manchester United for a European Champions League club this summer, and there have been rumors that Ronaldo could move to several clubs.

In this monitoring, we look at all the clubs that Ronaldo has been associated with this summer:

Napoli: Jorge Mendez, Ronaldo’s agent, is still looking for a team for his client to compete with him in the Champions League. Ronaldo has been offered to Napoli, according to Italian media.

Atlético Madrid: Jorge Mendes, the Portuguese, offered Atlético Madrid, but the latter’s fans opposed the signing of Ronaldo due to his previous defense of Atlético’s local rival Real Madrid.

Olympique Marseille: Marseille will compete in the Champions League next season, so the Portuguese is linked with a move to the French club.

Chelsea: The London club fit the bill for Ronaldo as they play in the Champions League and are among the few clubs that can afford Ronaldo’s hefty salary.

Saudi Arabia: There was news of a big offer from a Saudi team to join Ronaldo and the offer was valued at 300 million euros.

Sporting Lisbon: There have been rumors about the possibility of Ronaldo returning to Sporting, the team he grew up with and brought up by the Don, but the latter denied these rumors.

Real Madrid: This option remains ideal, but Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez has rejected the idea of ​​Ronaldo returning to the royal team due to his advanced age.

AC Milan: Jorge Mendes offered Ronaldo to AC Milan, but the Italian club refused to accept him.

Paris Saint-Germain: Paris may want to form a dream team that will include Mbappe, Messi, Neymar and Cristiano, but the Paris club’s management has so far shown no interest in including the Portuguese star.

Roma: There is a lot of interest in bringing Ronaldo back to work with his compatriot José Mourinho, the current manager of the Italian team, but Don wants to play in the Champions League and Roma will participate in the Europa League this season.

Bayern Munich: After the departure of Robert Lewandowski, Bayern were looking for an honest striker, but did not consider the option of Ronaldo.

Barcelona: There was talk of Ronaldo moving to Barcelona, ​​but the move seemed almost impossible.

Borussia Dortmund: While Ronaldo’s move to Dortmund seemed like a possible move, the German team’s sporting director closed the door on the Don.

Source: RT+sport.es

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