Cristiano Ronaldo shocked the world this week by reportedly stating he is unhappy in Spain and is ready to leave Real Madrid.
Despite winning his third Champions League crown with the club, Ronaldo is reportedly unhappy at the club.
It is believed that Ronaldo is “upset” following the recent tax evasion accusations made by the Spanish authorities.
The 32-year-old has a £875m release clause in his contract at the Bernabeu if he did decide to leave the club and bookmakers are already offering odds on his next destination.
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According to the Telegraph, Ronaldo’s decision to leave is irreversible.
The Portuguese superstar has evolved into one of the greatest’s players following his move from Manchester United to Real Madrid.
His record in Madrid is simply astonishing. The Portugal international has scored 406 goals in just 394 appearances – registering 111 assists and making him the club’s all-time top goalscorer.
We take a look at where Ronaldo could be playing next season…
MANCHESTER UNITED (7/4)
If Ronaldo does decide to leave, former club Manchester United are the favourites to land his signature.
The Portuguese winger left the club in 2009 after spending six incredible years in Manchester. United were powerless to resist when Madrid came calling with a record bid.
Jose Mourinho has managed Ronaldo before during his time at Real Madrid and would jump at the chance to be reunited with his countryman.
One of the main sticking points in any deal for Ronaldo would be money. He signed a new five-year-deal last November with Forbes estimating he is the highest paid athlete in the world.
But transfer fee and wages would be no issue for United – who broke the world transfer record last summer to re-sign Paul Pogba.
United are back in the Champions League and are in the market for a marquee signing, with Alvaro Morata and Romelu Lukaku being constantly linked with moves to Old Trafford.
The Red Devils have also freed up their wage budget by allowing Zlatan Ibrahimovic to leave the club. Who better to replace him than Ronaldo?