After the insult uttered against the public of Real Madrid during his last championship game, the rumors around the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo are left more beautiful.
Last weekend, Cristiano Ronaldo would have insulted the public of Real Madrid. Following an inconclusive action, the public of the Santiago Bernabeu whistled his players. The Portuguese international, annoyed by this behavior, would have launched a “go you f …” to the crowd vindictive. A micro-event that would not have aroused any interest in a lambda club. Except that Real Madrid is not a club like any other, and Cristiano Ronaldo is not an ordinary player. It will be enough of these few words read on lips so that the media machine will get in a whirlwind and announce the departure of the Portuguese. A banal day in the life Cristiano Ronaldo. But it must also be said that it has been a few weeks since CR7 dragged his spleen from one end to the other of the Spanish football fields. Less efficient, less influential in the game, individualistic attitude … In the image of his club, the old’s is in the hard. Would he need a new challenge to revive? Will he go somewhere else at the end of the season?
First of all, the rumor of the day. According to Sports Illustrated, Cristiano Ronaldo would think about joining Major League Soccer at the end of his contract, in 2018. The triple Gold ball will then 33 years, and in the image of a David Beckham, a Thierry Henry, a Franck Lampard or a Steven Gerrard, the Portuguese could leave to sign a last big check and thus put the light on a championship that is still lacking Cruelly. New York, Miami and Los Angeles would have a priority. Then the rumor of a few days ago. After the defeat of Real Madrid against Schalke 04 (4-3), CR7 apparently had dinner with Sir Alex Ferguson. The former Red Devils coach would have tried to convince his former protégé to return to Manchester United, the club that made him win his first Champions league in 2008. Finally, the rumor persists when a big player and his club are in conflict: the PSG of course. There is nothing concrete, except that the Qatari leaders would obviously be delighted to welcome the superstar of the round ball. But Financial fair play compels, the chances of seeing him disembark remain very small. Do you think Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season?