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World surprise, after falling out with Ten Hag looks at the team where Cristiano would continue his career

Ronaldo is looking for a destination with much more competition

By Harry Smith

Ronaldo is looking for a destination with much more competition
Ronaldo is looking for a destination with much more competition
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Cristiano Ronaldo's second spell with Manchester United did not end as many fans would have wished, as it would have been believed that the "red devils" would be the last club where the Portuguese star would retire as one of the greatest legends of Old Trafford

However, things did not work out that way, in the 21/22 season where he returned, he had excellent numbers and performance for his age, this in order to prepare for his last World Cup in Qatar, but after the arrival of Ten Hag at the club, Cristiano Ronaldo saw his participation in the starting line-up drastically diminished, so the problems would begin to arise from that moment.

The Portuguese striker had shown his disagreement with what happened, so halfway through the World Cup he was released by United, something that shocked us all and generated many doubts about which team he was going to play for, in the end he ended up signing with the Arab team Al Nassr, who on the basis of a super contract were able to get the services of the striker. 

But now just 6 months after joining the Arab team, during this summer there have been rumours that Cristiano Ronaldo could play in the MLS alongside Lionel Messi, who already sees his arrival at David Beckham's team, Inter Miami, coming soon.

LAFC would looking to sign Cristiano Ronaldo

In the Los Angeles team, the board has commented on the interest in bringing Cristiano Ronaldo to the United States, although this has only been a rumor and LAFC has not had contact with the Portuguese striker, it could be speculated that the club would be trying to convince the player with a good amount of money, in addition to the interest in joining in MLS to Ronaldo on the one hand and Messi on the other would sound like a perfect idea for American business.  

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