Cristiano Ronaldo is considered by many to be the greatest player – or a close second – in the history of football. Often compared to Lionel Messi, the Portuguese forward is certainly in the conversation. Ronaldo started his career at Sporting Lisbon before moving to Manchester United as the most expensive teenager in English football history at that time. Of course, he excelled at United as Ronaldo helped the Red Devils win three Premier League titles and a UEFA Champions League before leaving for Real Madrid. His transfer fee of £80 million was the then-world record for a player – and it proved to be a bargain.
With the Galacticos, Ronaldo won two La Liga championships and an outrageous four Champions League trophies en route to becoming the celebrated club’s all-time record goalscorer. He joined Juventus in 2018, where Ronaldo has continued his goal-scoring exploits. However, he is clearly at the tail end of his illustrious career – is this the beginning of the end for Cristiano Ronaldo?