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Bad weather at Turin, Ronaldo on the move?

Serie A was a one-club business in the last 9 seasons but with only a few games left from the current season, it seems that Inter Milano will be able to end the hegemony of Juventus and be crowned champions.

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After a catastrophic season which can leave Juventus out of Champions League, Cristiano will consider his options.

What is even more terrible for Andrea Pirlo’s side is that they are at risk to not even qualify for the Champions League for next season, something that obviously will be not only a financial blow but also a massive risk of Juve losing some of their key players.

One of the most ambitious players ever, Cristiano Ronaldo without any question that he will not accept not to play in the competition that he is the current goal-scorer leader and has played every year without exception.

Currently reported winning €30 million (£26m) a year and his contract expiring at the end of the 2022 season there is a lot of uncertainty regarding the 36 years old superstar future.

Given his natural fitness he surely can play a few more years at a decent level, also taking into consideration that Zlatan Ibrahimović just extended his contract with AC Milan and he will be 40 years in october.

Who can afford his wages?

Manchester United is rumored as the possible destination of the Portuguese if he decides to leave Turin, with his former teammate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in charge at the club and a big fan of the Nr.7.

“I played with Cristiano [Ronaldo] and he’s been the best player in the world alongside Messi for the past 10-15 years now, so Cristiano.” Ole’s statement last month when we were asked which of his former teammates would love to have in his team according to mirror.co.uk.

Cristiano Ronaldo is currently valued at €50m(£43.5m) according to the specialised website transfermarkt.com.

Let’s remember some of the best moments of CR7 at Man Utd.

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