As he travels to a new location, Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Madrid: Reports

As he travels to a new location, Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Madrid: According to reports, Cristiano Ronaldo practiced at Real Madrid’s Valdebebas training facility a few days after Portugal was eliminated from the 2022 FIFA World Cup. He has, however, relocated away from Spain. The forward doesn’t have a team at the moment and wants to stay in shape while deciding on his next career move.

The sporting center graciously accommodated his former club, Real Madrid, and their all-time leading scorer. However, he has taken a private jet to Dubai after spending two days in Madrid. Following his explosive interview with Piers Morgan, the Portugal international and Manchester United mutually terminated his contract last month.

He might have been able to get a move to a top European club next if he had performed well at the FIFA World Cup in 2022. However, Ronaldo’s campaign in Qatar did not go as planned. He became the first player in tournament history to score in five tournaments when he scored against Ghana on an opening day.

However, that was his tournament-ending goal contribution. Additionally, the legendary forward was benched for the knockout matches against Morocco and Switzerland. In both games, he came on as a substitute. Morocco ultimately eliminated Portugal in the quarterfinals. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s career is currently in jeopardy due to the uncertainty surrounding his next team.

Gary Neville asserts that Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag was reluctant to give Cristiano Ronaldo regular starts in the Premier League this season.

Ronaldo must be a starter at his new club. The Portuguese star’s second season back at the club didn’t work out for a number of reasons, one of which was this. The forward’s next club must guarantee him the status of an undisputed starter, according to United legend Gary Neville. On the Sky Sports World Cup podcast, Neville stated:

“I don’t think there’s any doubt that Cristiano needs, wants, and needs to play. If he doesn’t, he won’t be happy and he won’t accept it. That indicates that the club that acquires him will be aware of that.” Neville went on to say that Ronaldo hasn’t have done well if he doesn’t get a spot in the first team. The previous full-back stated:

“Unless the club and the player decide to have an open conversation in which they say, “Come and play for us, but you’re going to be sat on the bench every other week, and you’re going to compete for your place,” then nothing will change.

In any case, we’ve seen at the last two groups he’s played in, Joined together and Portugal, that that is not gone down especially well for one or the other party.” This season, Ronaldo made 10 starts for Manchester United in all competitions and scored three goals.

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