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From Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo has already relocated family as his next club looks all but certain

From Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo has already relocated family as his next club looks all but certain

Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly already made arrangements to return to Portugal after the World Cup, according to the strongest indications yet from Portugal.

Ronaldo has made no secret of his desire to quit Manchester United, despite being under contract until July 2023, since July.

Sunday morning, the Peoples Person stated that the 37-year-old may have played his final game for the club.

Later that day, talk show presenter Piers Morgan revealed excerpts from an interview with Ronaldo in which the iconic striker criticized United, the management, the players, a former player, and the supporters, ostensibly severing all ties with Old Trafford.

And while United considers what action to take, Sapo Desporto alleges that the player has already begun the process of relocating to Portugal.

“SAPO Desporto knows that the Portuguese international has just enrolled his children at Saint Julians College, in Carcavelos,” the outlet reports.

“In addition, the star of the Portugal team has bought a mansion in Cascais and has already hired all the staff to help with the housework.

“Nothing is known about Cristiano Ronaldo’s future yet, but a return to Portugal to represent his Sporting, the club that formed him, is not to be ruled out.

“This is, at least, one of the wishes of his mother, Dolores Aveiro, as well as Ronaldo himself, who admitted to wanting to end his career with the Lions.”

The purchase of a villa in Cascais, approximately 30 kilometers from Lisbon, is insignificant given the amount of properties Ronaldo currently owns in the country. However, enrolling his children in a local school is a much greater indicator of his goals.

Ronaldo’s most likely next move is a return to Sporting, despite the club’s failure to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League.

At the beginning of the season, the Lisbon team was performing well, and the arrival of Ronaldo may have been considered disruptive. However, they are now suffering in fourth place in the Liga Portuguesa, behind Braga, and his return might provide the impetus they need to challenge for a spot in the Champions League next season.

This would grant Ronaldo’s dream to play in the competition again as he continues his battle with Lionel Messi to become the all-time leading scorer.

The only obstacle to the transfer would be Ronaldo’s salary. Francisco Trinco is the only player at the club whose weekly wage exceeds €40,000, earning €153,000 per week.

This is a far cry from Ronaldo’s current weekly salary of €585,000.

From Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo has already relocated family as his next club looks all but certain

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