Three European giants interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo

It is perhaps not a surprise to hear that three of Europe’s top clubs are rumoured to be interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo amid uncertainty about his future at Manchester United.

According to reports to have emerged from The Sun, it has been claimed that the 37-year-old has emerged as a potential transfer target for the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich and AS Roma.

The superstar player is clearly going to be in demand as much as the best online casinos are going to be for gambling enthusiasts, as it will be an opportunity that many will not be able to enjoy all so often.

It has been claimed that Ronaldo and Ralf Rangnick’s relationship at the Old Trafford club has become ‘fractured,’ which is perhaps a result of the idea that the interim manager is currently lacking the ‘support of the heavyweights in the squad.’

With this news in mind, it is suggested that PSG, Bayern Munich and AS Roma are now ‘circling’ around CR7 and are keeping their options open as the attacker looks to plot his second exit from the Premier League club.

Indeed, whilst it has not been a disaster by any stretch of the imagination, there will be some that will argue that the superstar has failed to live up to expectations, although that could largely be fans expecting too much; they can certainly expect a lot from though.

Before netting for the Red Devils with an incredible solo effort against Brighton and Hove Albion on Tuesday night, he had gone on one of the longest spells of his career without scoring a goal.

The Sun claims Ronaldo’s super-agent, Jorge Mendes, has ‘held talks’ with United chief executive officer Richard Arnold over the club’s poor run of form recently.

The former Juventus and Real Madrid star could make a U-turn on his decision to leave United if the Red Devils ensure Champions League football for next season.

“Ronaldo is really torn about his future. He would love nothing more than to win trophies at United, but at the moment that seems like it’s going to be a struggle,” a source told the publication.

“He doesn’t want to spend the last couple of years of his stellar career in mid-table.

“Some big clubs are monitoring the situation and have put the feelers out already.”

It would be interesting to see whether Cristiano Ronaldo links up with the likes of Lionel Messi, Neymar and potentially Kylian Mbappe, or Robert Lewandowski or former boss Jose Mourinho in the summer.