Cristiano Ronaldo is considering a stunning return to Manchester United if Juventus fail to win the Champions League this season according to Spanish journalist Eduardo Inda. Former Real Madrid superstar has had a turbulent season with Juventus under Maurizio Sarri and his future looks unclear with the club after falling out with the manager. The Portuguese was subbed off twice in as many games prior to the international break and the Juventus striker made his feelings quite clear about those decisions as he stormed off the pitch in anger. Sarri later claimed that he took Ronaldo off because the forward was injured. Cristiano Ronaldo Records: CR7 One Shy of 100 International Goals, Let’s Look at 5 Records Held by the Portuguese Star.
Cristiano played in both the qualifying matches for Portugal and helped them to book their place in next year’s Euro Championships. The Portuguese registered his 99th international goal against Luxembourg and is one short of becoming the second player ever to reach the tally of 100 International goals. Inda claimed that Ronaldo could soon turn his back on Juventus and move back to his beloved United if they fail to win the Champions League this season. 'Cristiano Ronaldo could leave Juventus at the end of the current season if they do not win the Champions League' Inda told Spanish television program 'Chiringuito De Jugones'. 'He went to Turin to try and win the Champions League with a third different club but things are getting complicated' the journalist added. Inda also spoke about how Juventus will let Ronaldo go as they look to sign Pogba and Mbappe. 'Juventus want to sign Pogba and Mbappe. I think it is going to be difficult for them, especially the second one' he added. Lionel Messi Fans Troll Cristiano Ronaldo Brutally For Stat Padding Against ‘Smaller’ Teams After Barcelona Star Shines in Argentina vs Uruguay Friendly Match.
Reports have suggested that United aren’t the only team on Ronaldo’s mind as the former Real Madrid star is also considering a move to MLS and his boyhood club Sporting CP but the Manchester side appears to be in the front running to get Cristiano’s signature. Ronaldo spent six years at United scoring 118 goals in 294 appearances. He also won three Premier League titles, the 2004 FA cup and the 2008 Champions League before moving to Real Madrid in 2009 for a world record transfer fee at that time.