Rio Ferdinand’s take on Cristiano Ronaldo’s next move. According to the Mirror, former Manchester United playerthinks Cristiano Ronaldo’s future move would depend on how motivated he is at this point in his career. Following the termination of his contract, Ronaldo, 37, left United by mutual consent. After attacking the team in an interview with broadcaster Piers Morgan, the Portuguese forward’s relationship with Manchester United has soured.
He said that he had little regard for manager Erik ten Hag and that United had deceived him by attempting to drive him out of the club. The player’s contract was canceled just two days before Portugal’s 2022 FIFA World Cup opener against Ghana on November 24. Cristiano Ronaldo is currently a free agent, and Ferdinand thinks his motivation will determine where he plays next.
I don’t know, the former United captain replied. We were discussing it here, and my opinion is that it depends on the motivation. Is that the Champions League? Money? Is it simply to keep having fun somewhere with a pleasant climate? All summer long, there was speculation that Cristiano Ronaldo was trying to leave Manchester United in order to join a Champions League team.
Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Napoli, and more teams were all linked to him. However, representatives from each club publicly denied speculations that they were interested in signing the Portuguese striker. In 16 appearances this season in all competitions, Ronaldo has scored three goals and supplied two assists.
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