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Man United star Cristiano Ronaldos options after World Cup

 

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Marcotti: Ronaldo leaving Man United a positive for both parties (1:22)

Gab Marcotti feels Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Manchester United with immediate effect will allow both the player and the club to move on. (1:22)

This article was first published on Nov. 19 and has been updated.

Its been announcedthatCristiano Ronaldowill be leavingManchester Unitedimmediately, but where will he go? ThePortugalsuperstars second spell at Old Trafford is over after the club terminated his contract by mutual agreement followinghis shocking interview with Piers Morgan. Ronaldo will now be free to find another club after he returns from the World Cup in Qatar.

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The level of interest the 37-year-old can expect depends on whom you believe.Sources close to United insisthe has been available since the summer but that they only received one approach from a club in Saudi Arabia, which Ronaldo turned down. Ronaldos representatives, however, have maintained he has a number of options and that moves fell through during the last transfer window because United were demanding a significant fee.

But now that wont be an issue, and it will be up to Ronaldo to decide what he wants out of the final years of what is already a glittering career.

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Aside from suggesting to Morgan that he would retire on the spot if Portugal win this World Cup, Ronaldo says he wants to play until hes 40, which would take him to the end of the 2024-25 season. Ultimately, the two key issues when he decides on his next move are what he wants to achieve and how much money he wants to earn.

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His weekly wage at Old Trafford was 500,000 a week, plus bonuses, and if he makes the same demands of his next club, there would only be a handful who could even get to the negotiating table.Paris Saint-Germainare one, but they already haveLionel Messi,Kylian MbappeandNeymarin their squad.Chelseaare another; new owner Todd Boehly met with Ronaldos agent, Jorge Mendes, in the summer, but its not clear whether head coach Graham Potter would be willing to incorporate Ronaldo in his squad. Chelseas brief interest in the summer ended as soon as then-manager Thomas Tuchel ruled out the idea.

Another option is for Ronaldo to sacrifice the possibility of playing in the Champions League and agreeing to a lucrative transfer to the Middle East. The summers total package offer from Saudi Arabia would have guaranteed close to 350 million, but the price would be accepting that his career at the top level is over. The same is true of a move to MLS and, potentially, David Beckhams Inter Miami.

The market for Ronaldos services only widens if hes willing to accept a lower salary. His first club,Sporting CP, would jump at the chance of a romantic return but, speaking in October, coach Ruben Amorim said they dont have the money to pay his wages. Ronaldo, of course, can solve that himself.

Sources have told ESPN that there has also been interest in the past from Italian sideNapoli, a club still associated with their fanatical support of another of the games greatest players: Diego Maradona. Napoli could offer Champions League football as early as February when they playEintracht Frankfurtin the round of 16 but, again, Ronaldo would have to compromise with his wage demands.

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Once United learned of Ronaldos interview with Morgan nearly a week ago and his fierce criticism of the club and manager Erik ten Hag, the ball was in their court in terms of how to respond. Ten Hag, co-chairman Joel Glazer, chief executive Richard Arnold and football director John Murtough agreed it was time to force his exit, but with that decision now made, the impetus is back with Ronaldo.

His main decision is what he wants to achieve before hanging up his boots. His abilities, as incredible as theyve been, are waning in his 22nd year as a professional but 24 goals in all competitions for United last season prove he still has the capability to score at the highest level.

If Ronaldo decides he wants one last payday following his Old Trafford exit, we may have already seen the last of him in European football. But if he chooses football before salary, then there could yet be another successful chapter in a career that already includes 701 club goals, five Champions League medals and domestic titles in three different countries.

Ronaldo wont play for United again. What happens next is down to the player and how he wants to bow out of a sport he has already completed at the domestic level.