Cristiano Ronaldo Next Club Betting Odds

There was an acrimonious parting of the ways between Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo and the arguably GOAT left Old Trafford. The best betting sites created a market on which club Cristiano Ronaldo would sign for.

Cristiano Ronaldo Next Club Betting Odds
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  • Cristiano Ronaldo signed for the Saudi club Al Nassr on the 1st of January 2023.
  • His salary is reported to be 200 million euros a year. 
  • The bookmakers will have a range of special bets on how he will perform in Saudi Arabia. 

Cristiano Ronaldo To Saudi Arabia

The country is expected to bid for a future World Cup, and a Saudi club signing the GOAT may be the first piece in the jigsaw.

The Betting Odds Ahead Of Cristiano Ronaldo's Signing

Club Betting Odds
Any Saudi Arabian Club 2/1
Chelsea 3/1
Sporting Lisbon 7/2
Any MLS Club 15/2
Newcastle 15/2
Bayern Munich 9/1
Real Madrid 10/1
Napoli 12/1
Roma 16/1
Man City 25/1
PSG 20/1
Atletico Madrid 25/1
Arsenal 25/1

In the twilight of their playing careers, former Manchester United stars David Beckham Wayne Rooney and Nani all found new homes in Major League Soccer, (MLS).

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Cristiano Ronaldo

In a glittering career that started in 2002, Cristiano Ronaldo has arguably impacted world football more than any other player. 

His mega club goalscoring record of 0.71 goals per game has seen him score over 100 goals for 3 clubs.

His international career saw him net 117 times in 191 games for Portugal. 

Amazingly Ronaldo has scored in every minute of a match. 

When Erik Ten Hag arrived at Manchester United it was always likely that Ronaldo may not see eye to eye with a new style and tactics.

The Dutch manager was trying to revive the fortunes of the club and radical surgery was needed which with many team selections did not include Ronaldo. 

This was highlighted when he was fined for refusing to come on as a substitute against Tottenham in October 2022 and then leaving before the game had finished. 

Ronaldo was then interviewed by Piers Morgan and stated that the manager and some of the executives were trying to force him out of the club. 

It was then confirmed that Cristiano was leaving Old Trafford. 

Manchester United Statement

Cristiano Ronaldo is to leave Manchester United by mutual agreement, with immediate effect. The club thanks him for his immense contribution across two spells at Old Trafford, scoring 145 goals in 346 appearances, and wishes him and his family well for the future. Everyone at Manchester United remains focused on continuing the team’s progress under Erik ten Hag and working together to deliver success on the pitch.

Cristiano Ronaldo Goals Record

Club Years Appearances Goals
Sporting Club Portugal 2002-2003 31 5
Manchester United 2003-2009 292 118
Real Madrid 2009-2018 438 450
Juventus 2018-2021 134 101
Manchester United 2021-Present Day 54 27
Total 949 701

Cristiano Ronaldo Major Honours

Club Trophys
Manchester United Trophys
Premier League: 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09 3
FA Cup: 2003–04 1
Football League Cup: 2005–06, 2008–09 2
UEFA Champions League: 2007–08 1
FIFA Club World Cup: 2008 1
Real Madrid Trophys
La Liga: 2011–12, 2016–17 2
Copa del Rey: 2010–11, 2013–14 2
Spainis Supercopa 2012, 2017 2
UEFA Champions League: 4
Juventus Trophys
Serie A: 2018–19, 2019–20 2
Coppa Italia: 2020–21 1
Supercoppa Italiana: 2018, 2020 2
Portugal Trophys
UEFA European Championship: 2016 1
UEFA Nations League: 2018–19 1
Individual Trophys
Ballon d'Or: 2008, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017 5
World Player of the Year: 2008 1
The Best FIFA Men's Player: 2016, 2017 2

It's the right time to seek a new challenge.

Cristiano Ronaldo - November 2022.


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Comments 2

comment author: dicksoman

dicksoman

Nov 24th, 2022 at 01:42

Cristiano Ronaldo is undisputedly one of the greatest icons of football worldwide and the time for him to take on a new challenge is long over due as the law of diminishing returns has obviously set in on his career. Going to Chelsea is not likely to push him on an upward curve at this time. He needs to go back to his roots, take on an assistant manager/player role while he steers his career towards a really new challenge. I wish him well in whichever direction he choses next as he leaves Old Trafford for the second time next year.

nors

Nov 25th, 2022 at 09:07

I tend to agree that Chelsea may not be suitable. I do think he will still want to be in the limelight at least for a couple more seasons. We have seen in the first game of the World Cup that he still has minutes in his legs. A club signing him may be more for publicity than for solely footballing reasons.

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