It’s been another superb individual season for Cristiano Ronaldo as he’s netted 37 goals in all competitions for Juventus and won another Serie A title.
The campaign will be tinged with disappointment, however, as Ronaldo once again failed to help fire Juve to that next level in the Champions League.
The 35-year-old may now just be gearing up for a quiet summer holiday, with varying degrees of lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic perhaps limiting what footballers can do in terms of travel this year.
Still, much as Ronaldo is a known fan of poker and might keep himself busy with sessions on CasinoPortugal.Online, it seems he’s also going to be the subject of transfer speculation once again.
There’s talk that Ronaldo could seek a new challenge after his heartache with Juventus in Europe, and here are some potential destinations…
One rumour that’s already come up is that Ronaldo could be a target for Paris Saint-Germain.
The Portugal international would earn big money at the Parc des Princes and could continue to play at a high level, with Ligue 1 growing in stature in recent times and with Thomas Tuchel’s side likely to continue to be contenders for the Champions League.
Imagine Ronaldo linking up with Neymar and Kylian Mbappe – a legendary front three in the making!
A return to Manchester United is surely always going to be a possibility due to Ronaldo’s love for the club, and his continued popularity with Red Devils supporters.
The veteran forward was a star performer at Old Trafford and has previously spoken of his admiration for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as both a player and a coach.
United tend to be targeting younger players now, but they surely wouldn’t say no to an emotional return for Ronaldo if the possibility genuinely arose this summer.
Real Madrid just haven’t quite been the same since Ronaldo left, so they would surely also welcome him back to the Bernabeu two years later.
Zinedine Zidane’s side may have just won La Liga, but they’ve also suffered Champions League disappointment without the goal-scoring threat of Ronaldo up front.
Given that Real have failed to really replace Ronaldo as the likes of Eden Hazard and Luka Jovic have struggled, why not just bring the man himself back for a second stint?
Ronaldo linking up with David Beckham? It almost seems inevitable, given the status of this legendary duo.
Even if Ronaldo continues to shine at the highest level in Europe, it’s easy to imagine he’ll soon be tempted by one last pay day and a step down to an easier level in the MLS.
Finally, Xavi is proving pretty handy at luring names to Qatari side Al Sadd, with Santi Cazorla the latest big name to move there this summer.
Ronaldo has spent plenty of time in this part of the world and could again be tempted by the big pay day and more relaxing level for him to see out the rest of his career.