Xavi sides Ronaldo, still the best player in the world. Cristiano Ronaldo, the outstanding player for Portugal, is still regarded as one of the best five players in the world, according to Barcelona manager. Due to his accomplishments for Portugal, Real Madrid, Manchester United, and Juventus, Ronaldo, 37, is regarded as one of the best players of all time. Throughout his long professional career, which has lasted more than two decades, he has won an astounding 34 titles. In 1142 games in all competitions for club and country, he has amassed an astounding 819 goals and added 266 assists.
Xavi stated that the seasoned striker is among the finest in the world while at a publicity event. He claimed that Cristiano Ronaldo is still one of the top five players in the world. Ronaldo is now without a club after Manchester United mutually agreed to end his contract earlier this month as a result of a contentious interview with British journalist Piers Morgan. Leading teams like Real Madrid, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Inter Miami, and Al Nassr have all been connected to him.
He is currently trying to win the FIFA World Cup in 2022, which is the biggest honor in football, for his nation. He has started each of his team’s two Group H games, and last week in a 3-2 victory over Ghana, he scored once. The next time he plays will be Friday against South Korea in Portugal’s final 2022 FIFA World Cup group-stage match (2 December).
Gary Neville, a former player for Manchester United, suggested on beIN SPORTS that Chelsea might think about signing Cristiano Ronaldo in January 2019. I believe he wants to continue playing at the highest level of football, and I believe he has a cameo in him at a top club for the final four months of the season, where he’ll go and score 15, or 20, and it wouldn’t surprise me in the least. The ones that are discussing it are Chelsea. Cristiano playing for Chelsea seemed to be appealing to Boehly.
A short-term contract is the greatest choice, according to Neville, who spent six seasons at Old Trafford playing alongside the Portuguese sensation. If you are considering it in the long run, Chelsea shouldn’t sign him, he continued. But if you’re looking at a four- or five-month contract and you want someone who can score goals and he likely will, I’d say go for it.
The new Todd Boehly-led consortium was rumored to be interested in bringing Ronaldo to Stamford Bridge during the summer. According to the most recent rumors, Boehly is eager to relocate the 37-year-old to west London once more. It is uncertain what Potter feels about the move.
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