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Speculation over Cristiano Ronaldo's future

Since Cristiano Ronaldo joined Juventus, there has been speculation over his next destination. His contract with Juventus is due to expire at the end of next season. His future after Italian giants contract expiry is now unknown, and speculation is he may not extend his contract with the Italian Giants. The 36- years-old Juventus icon has been linked to different former clubs, including Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United, and Real Madrid.

Manchester United has longed for the return of Portugal international since he left for Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo left for Real Madrid in 2009 after winning three premier league titles, and one Champion league title- the title Manchester United has never won since his departure. In Madrid, he won a lot of prizes. Sergio Ramos, among other players at Real Madrid, helped him exploit his talent and score more goals to win the champions league and Spanish league other victories. His departure to Juventus was a significant blow to Real Madrid because they have been very inconsistent since then.

The Portugals' international wage demand is a challenge to teams that want to sign him back, given that he is now at the last stages of his football career. Manchester united particularly, have their focus on young and vibrant icons, which includes Erling Haaland and Jodan Sancho. The two young players have a great future, and their wage demands are low compared to Cristiano Ronaldo's, who is edging his retirement days. Considering the above factors, Manchester United could prioritize landing Haaland and Sancho.

Real seems the most probable destination for the 36-year-old Juventus icon. Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has approved the speculation saying that it could be true that the Spanish giants want him back at Santiago Bernabeu.

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