Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro, a forward for Premier League team Manchester United and captain of Portugal’s national team, was born on February 5, 1985, in Portugal.
Cristiano Ronaldo Will Remain At United
Cristiano Ronaldo, who is frequently regarded as the finest player in the world and is regarded as one of the greatest players in history, has won the most European player accolades with four European Golden Shoes and five Ballon d’Ors.
Cristiano Ronaldo has won 32 trophies in total, as well as seven league championships, five UEFA Champions Leagues, one UEFA European Championship, and one UEFA Nations League, which have been won by him all over his career.
He has the most number of appearances, holds the record for most goals, and assists in the Champions League, the most goals in the European Championship , the most goals by a male player in international play, and the most appearances by a European man in international play are all held by Ronaldo.
He is one of the select few athletes with over 1,100 career appearances in the professional sphere and over 800 senior-level goals for club and country.
It seems like Cristiano Ronaldo will remain at Manchester United for the upcoming campaign. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was recently on offer to Bayern Munich, but the Bundesliga powerhouse declined the opportunity to sign him.
Lewandowski and Barcelona have been associated for a long time, and a €40 million trade has been proposed this week. This summer, the striker is eager to leave Bayern and take on a new challenge. It seems Ronaldo has a similar outlook at Old Trafford, as it is increasingly obvious that he wants to leave.
Cristiano Ronaldo is losing hope that he can win titles with the Red Devils after Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez were recruited by Manchester City and Liverpool, respectively.
While Bayern will compete for the Bundesliga championship once more and be one of the favorites to win, he doesn’t want to waste his remaining years at the top level by failing to add to the accomplishments from his entire career.
As soon as the rumors about Ronaldo moving to Bayern Munich started to circulate, many supporters of the German team and Ronaldo approved of the potential move and backed him to succeed in Germany as well.
Now, nevertheless, it is known that the switch will not take place.
There is arguably no better Lewandowski alternative at Bayern in the short term, whether it be due to Ronaldo’s stature, popularity, or goal-scoring prowess. But it was reportedly the financial arrangement involving the Portuguese that led Bayern management to reject Mendes’ proposition.
There are a number of justifications given for Bayern’s decision not to pursue Ronaldo. The player’s age and wage requirements came in first and second, respectively. Although Ronaldo is still a prolific goal scorer at the age of 37, Die Roten will not benefit from his short-term contract.
Additionally, the ex-Real Madrid striker will not suit the ideal striker profile Bayern would like to have in the team. When it comes to making a contribution by pressing from the front, he is one of the worst players in Europe.