Cristiano Ronaldo Tip to Make Serie A Return

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Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a move back to Sporting Lisbon. The Portuguese side have recently offered the forward a new contract and there is talk that he will return to the Serie A. This is a move that would certainly appeal to the forward, but the decision will ultimately depend on how he fits in with the rest of the squad. The B team coach at Sporting Lisbon has tipped the player to make the switch.

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Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a move back to Sporting Lisbon

The Portuguese forward has been linked with a move back to the club where he started his career. Although Real Madrid are the “dream team” for the former Juventus star, he is also eager to play in his hometown club. The former Real man is currently training at home and is missing United’s pre-season tour. It is not clear if the deal will actually happen, though.

The Portuguese club have denied that they are in talks with Cristiano Ronaldo on a loan move, as per reports. The winger took to Twitter to deny the reports, claiming they are “fake news.” The Portuguese giants have been tracking the 27-year-old forward since his arrival in Manchester. In his final season at Manchester United, he finished top scorer with 24 goals.

The Juventus striker has denied the reports of a move back to Sporting, claiming they are fake news. Although he has said he wants to leave Manchester United this summer, reports have shown that he has not decided yet. Manchester United, PSG and Real Madrid have been linked with the Portugal international. However, Sporting is the boyhood club of Ronaldo, and will welcome him with open arms. In 2022, the club will be aiming to win the Champions League and the Portuguese league again, as he did in 2014.

After his second spell at Manchester United, Ronaldo could well be tempted to move on again to Sporting. According to his agent Jorge Mendes, he can afford to make a reduction in wages and is willing to take a thirty percent pay cut. And of course, his mother would be thrilled to see him return to his old club. So why wouldn’t he want to move back to Sporting?

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There have been a few reports that suggest that Cristiano Ronaldo could move back to Sporting Lisbon. Although he has expressed his desire to leave Manchester United next season, he hasn’t linked up with the club’s fans during the pre-season tour and hasn’t linked up with his teammates. This suggests that the Portuguese forward is ready to leave the club to play in the Champions League.

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In three weeks’ time, Manchester United will kick off their Premier League season against Brighton. Until then, the club is in the dark over whether Ronaldo will stay or go. However, they have managed to complete their third signing under van Gaal’s management, with Lisandro Martinez joining the already-signed Tyrell Malacia. Another free agent is Christian Eriksen, though the Dutchman is reluctant to let him go.

He has been offered a new contract by the Portuguese club

After a year of speculation about his future, Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon have confirmed that they have made contact with Cristiano Ronaldo. The 30-year-old, who has been linked with Manchester United and Roma in recent weeks, is currently out of contract at Sporting, but has also been linked with other Premier League clubs. However, despite the interest, Manchester United have not made a formal approach.

Manchester United and Sporting have been in contact with each other this week to discuss the possibility of a move for the forward, with reports indicating that the Portuguese club are considering a move for the Manchester United no.7. However, Manchester United are holding out on the talisman, despite a lack of interest. It is unclear whether Ronaldo will sign a new contract at Old Trafford or stay at United until the summer.

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The Portuguese club, led by Ruben Amorim, have been impressive in recent years, having won two domestic cups and the league in the past two seasons. Cristiano Ronaldo scored twenty-four goals last season, and the news is likely to boost his confidence even more. While he returned to Manchester United in 2016, he was criticized for altering the style of the team and his lack of leadership abilities.

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Despite the recent news that Juventus and Sporting have been in contact with each other, there are still no guarantees that the Portuguese giants will accept the offer. However, there is a chance that both sides will agree on a new deal. There are four clubs interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo, with Liverpool being the most likely to take him. The Reds will also make contact with Sporting’s midfielder Matheus Nunes, who has made 46 appearances for the club last season.

The news that Ronaldo has turned down a deal with a Saudi Arabian club is yet to be confirmed, but there are other reports that suggest that the Real Madrid star will stay at Sporting Lisbon for a further two seasons. This deal would make him the highest-paid player in history, earning up to EUR250 million over two seasons. The figure is significantly lower than the PS2 million per week that he earns at Manchester United.

Aside from his personal life, Ronaldo is well-known for his charitable work. Among the causes he helps include tsunami victims in Aceh, which he has raised money for. The People’s Daily and Now both reported on this. In addition, the Brazilian star also played a charity match in Madeira, where he donated €150,000 to the earthquake relief fund.

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In the same article, the Portuguese Football Federation also revealed that Cristiano has been offered a new contract with the club. This move came after several reports of a potential new deal. The Portuguese Football Federation subsequently listed the two players as the top scorers in the Euro 2008 European Qualifying campaign. While the news of Ronaldo’s contract extension was welcomed by the Portuguese club, there was some speculation that the move would be permanent for Ronaldo.

He has been linked with a return to Serie A

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has been linked with a return to the Portuguese top flight after his impressive season at Manchester United. He joined Sporting’s academy aged 12 and made his senior team debut at the age of 17. He played one season in the senior side, scoring five goals in 31 appearances. He was then signed by Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson after impressing in a pre-season friendly.

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Juventus have been linked with a move for the Portugal international after he failed to reach the Champions League final last season. Juventus are struggling to stay up in Serie A and are expected to sell him to raise funds. If Juventus fail to finish in the top four this season, they are likely to lose PS78m on the player. Meanwhile, Sporting are on course to qualify for the Europa League next season and Ronaldo could be tempted to move to their Portuguese rivals.

Despite reports that he is planning a return to Sporting, the player has dismissed the reports and said he will stay at Juventus until his contract expires in 2022. It is widely believed that Ronaldo wants to play until he is 40, but it’s unclear if his family would be willing to let him move back to his home country. If he does opt to move back to Portugal, he will be able to continue to play in the top league, as he did at the beginning of his senior career.

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Juventus and Sporting Lisbon have been in talks to sign the Portuguese international. However, the move could prove to be a temporary solution for the Portuguese star as he is now a free agent. During this time, he has been linked with a return to Manchester United, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain. Meanwhile, Juventus vice-chairman Pavel Nedved has dismissed all rumours of a reunion with the Portuguese coach.

Manchester United have been linked with a move for the Portuguese forward, but the report of a loan deal with Sporting Lisbon is completely false. While the player is desperate to move on, he needs to find a new club that will be able to provide him with a fresh challenge. However, Sporting is a prestigious and elite club, and Sporting would have a much better chance of securing a place in the Champions League.

A move to Serie A is unlikely to be easy, but it’s possible that Juventus chiefs aren’t willing to let Ronaldo leave for free. This is because the Portugal international has cost Juventus a staggering PS293m (EUR340 million) and will need to find a suitor willing to pay that. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 35 goals in 42 appearances this season, but the club have been reluctant to discuss a transfer with him, which has left them with a difficult situation.

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