Real Madrid Say ‘NO’ To Signing Cristiano Ronaldo As He Struggles To Find A New Club

Real Madrid Say 'NO' To Signing Cristiano Ronaldo As He Struggles To Find A New Club - ronaldo madrid

According to reports, Real Madrid have slammed their doors shut on the possibility of signing Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo during the January transfer window.

After his controversial interview with Piers Morgan, Manchester United have already started the steps to terminate their contract with Cristiano Ronaldo through their lawyers. It is expected that the Portuguese striker will leave the club after the end of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

If Ronaldo’s contract is terminated by Manchester United, the forward will lose the £16 Million he was set to make at the end of the season.

Ronaldo has broke his terms of employment according to FIFA rules with his criticism of the club’s US owners, manager Erik ten Hag, the club’s facilities, his teammates and former Red Devils players including Wayne Rooney and Gary Neville.

Cristiano Ronaldo looks set to depart Manchester United after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

Cristiano Ronaldo is said to have offered himself to Real Madrid on a six month contract after the injury to Karim Benzema, Madrid’s main striker.

According to media outlet Sport, Real Madrid will be looking for a striker in the January transfer window as a replacement for Karim Benzema.

The article’s author said: “Florentino Pérez is looking for a striker and Ronaldo would like to return to Madrid.”

According to Spanish news outlet Marca, Real Madrid are not interested in a sensational comeback for one of their club legends.

Cristiano Ronaldo had the best moments of his career at Madrid, scoring 451 goals in 438 appearances during his time at the Santiago Bernabeu. He won four Champions League crowns, three Club World Cups and UEFA Super Cups apiece, two LaLiga titles, two Copa del Rey trophies and two Spanish Super Cups with the Spanish giants.

Despite being one of the greats at Madrid, Ronaldo will have to look at another club and will not get a second stint at the Bernabeu.

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