Cristiano Ronaldo: Four clubs could sign Juventus star including Man Utd and Man City

Ronaldo: All you need to know about Man Utd-linked star

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Juventus was again thrust into doubt on Sunday as he was left on the bench for his side’s 2-2 draw with Udinese. Speculation has continued to surround Ronaldo this summer and he has been linked with a string of clubs across Europe.

Reports suggest that Ronaldo had requested to be benched for the game and he has apparently now asked his club to sanction a move away from Turin.

The news will have clubs licking their lips at the prospect of landing the five-time Ballon d’Or winner, who has less than a year remaining on his current contract.

At 36-years-old Ronaldo shows no signs of slowing down and was the joint top scorer at this summer’s Euro 2020, despite Portugal being knocked out in the round of 16.

Express Sport takes a look at where the forward could end up if he were to depart Juventus this summer.

Real Madrid

Ronaldo’s finest days arguably came during nine trophy-laden years at the Bernabeu.

The player was instrumental as Real Madrid lifted three consecutive Champions League trophies between 2016 and 2018, notching two goals in the 2017 final against his current club.

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Real are managed once again by Carlo Ancelotti, who had a two-year spell in charge of the club when Ronaldo was there.

But both men have already posted to social media this summer to rebuff any reports that Ronaldo would be returning to Spain – but a move is still possible given the player’s desire to move and Los Blancos’ struggles.

Manchester United

The romantics would love to see Ronaldo back at the club where it all began.

The Portugal star began his career on home soil with Sporting Lisbon, but it was his move to Manchester United which eventually saw him catapulted into the spotlight as a global superstar.

Ronaldo scored 118 goals in 292 games for the club between 2003 to 2009.

He won his first Ballon d’Or at Old Trafford and helped the club win three Premier League titles and lift the Champions League trophy.

Man Utd have an embarrassment of riches in their attacking department at the moment, but they could still do with an out-and-out goalscorer who can lead the line and guide them to Premier League success.

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Manchester City

Ronaldo has been linked with a move to Manchester City this summer as the Citizens look to solve their striker crisis.

City have relentlessly pursued Harry Kane this summer, but Ronaldo could offer a short-term alternative if they are forced to wait for Kane’s signature.

While a move to City could be Ronaldo’s best opportunity of another Premier League trophy, it remains to be seen whether the player would be willing to move to the blue half of Manchester.

A move to City would not go down well with Man Utd fans and could ruin his reputation as a United legend.

Paris Saint-Germain

Paris Saint-Germain continue to spend big and they are one of the clubs who could be willing to offer Ronaldo the sort of contract he is looking for at this stage of his career.

A move to PSG would also allow Ronaldo to link up with Lionel Messi to create one of the greatest forward lines ever seen in the game.

PSG have been installed as early favourites for the Champions League – and the prospect of getting his hands on a sixth European trophy could be too tempting to turn down for a player who is inevitably approaching the end of his career.

But any move could be dependent on Kylian Mbappe’s future because PSG may not be able to afford Ronaldo after the summer business they have already done.

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