Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer News & Odds

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Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer News & Odds

Cristiano Ronaldo looks almost certain to leave Manchester United in the January transfer window after an explosive interview with Piers Morgan’s show, ‘Piers Morgan Uncensored’, saying he feels betrayed by the club after they tried to force him out last summer.

Of course, that viewpoint is up for debate, with it being rumoured that no high-profile club was interested in Ronaldo’s signature last summer due to his astronomical wages, as well as his old age showing, as United reverted from a high-pressing side to a defensive counter-attacking unit that defended deep to negate Ronaldo’s lack of pressing.

The 37-year-old was absent for United’s 4-2 and 2-1 victories against Aston Villa and Fulham last week and was even dropped against Chelsea earlier on in the season for misconduct in the Red Devils' 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford. In his recent interview, he stated that he doesn't respect United boss Erik ten Hag, whilst also criticising the likes of the Old Trafford club's hierarchy and Wayne Rooney.

Here we take a look at clubs that Ronaldo could join in the near future.

Club Latest Odds
Chelsea 2/1
Sporting Lisbon 3/1
Any MLS Club 6/1
Napoli 12/1

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Chelsea Odds: 2/1

Chelsea were known to be interested in signing Ronaldo last summer, with new owner Todd Boehly going on a spending spree, hammering out just shy of £240m in transfer fees on the likes of Marc Cucerella, Wesley Fofana, Raheem Sterling and more.

It had previously been mentioned that Thomas Tuchel was the reason why the Blues didn’t sign Ronaldo, as the Portuguese forward reportedly didn’t fit into the German coaches' plans. Meaning, that with Graham Potter at the helm, Ronaldo could more or less be a player that is given to the manager rather than a planned signing.

Ronaldo is priced at 2/1 to sign for Chelsea in January - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip.

Sporting Lisbon Odds: 3/1

A homecoming to Sporting Lisbon could be on the cards for Ronaldo, having possibly used up all of his other options at the elite end of European football.

Having played for United between 2003 and 2009, as well as Real Madrid and Juventus after his first spell at Old Trafford, perhaps at the age of 37, a return to Portugal could be the ideal way to end a glittering career at the top level - especially at the club where his career first started, as Ronaldo made his senior debut for Sporting back in September 2002.

The only honour that Ronaldo won with Sporting back then was the Supertaca Candido de Oliveira, so he may feel as though there is unfinished business having not won the league title in his homeland. Interestingly, Ruben Amorim’s men are in need of a clinical striker at this moment in time.

Ronaldo is priced at 3/1 to make a sensational return to Sporting.

Any MLS Club: 6/1

The MLS is a league where many high-profile players have gone in the latter stages of their careers, such as David Beckham, Gareth Bale, Giorgio Chiellini, David Villa, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and more.

With the likes of Inter Miami desperately looking for a new star striker after the retirement of ex-Real Madrid man Gonzalo Higuain, Beckham’s side could perhaps tempt Ronaldo into a move across the pond.

Meanwhile, a potential lifestyle in Los Angeles with either champions LAFC, or Los Angeles Galaxy could also be of temptation to Ronaldo. Interestingly, he could be reunited with ex-Real teammate Bale at the formerly mentioned LA club, as well as Chiellini who he played with at Juve.

Ronaldo is priced at 6/1 to move to the MLS.

Napoli Odds: 12/1

The final team on this list is Napoli, who have been linked with a move for Ronaldo for months on end.

Luciano Spaletti’s men are currently top of Serie A by eight points ahead of champions AC Milan heading into the World Cup break. This could be a chance for the Portuguese striker to create some more history, as Napoli haven’t won the top-flight title since the days of Diego Maradona back in 1989/90.

Undoubtedly, a title with Napoli would make Ronaldo a hero with the fans. Playing in a slower-paced league could perhaps bring the best out in him and see the United man rekindle his goalscoring form.

As added factors go, the Old Trafford club have frequently been linked with Victor Osimhen. Napoli also qualified for the Champions League’s round of 16 phase with ease, having topped Group A with 15 points ahead of Liverpool, Ajax and Rangers.

Napoli are priced at 12/1 to sign Ronaldo from United.

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