After the emergence of that sensational interview across the last week, Cristiano Ronaldo could use the biggest stage to put himself in the shop window.
The Manchester United striker has failed to cement a place in Erik ten Hag’s side, often being condemned to a place on the bench. With the revelations in his latest blockbuster interview, Ronaldo publicly declared his lack of respect for the Man United boss, which will likely be the writing on the wall for his second stint at Old Trafford.
Whilst there is no denying Ronaldo has been one of the greatest footballers of all time after what he has achieved at United, Real Madrid, and Juventus – many have questioned whether the 37-year-old still has it in him to perform at the highest level. The 2022 World Cup could be a chance for the Portugal captain to show the world he is still very much a world-class player and could tempt a club to make that move that Ronaldo has desired since the summer.