Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo is constantly being linked with a move away from the club and it seems that Mayor League Soccer (MLS) could be his destination.
The Portuguese star was involved in a row with manager Erik ten Hag during United’s 2-0 home win over Tottenham Hotspur. He was seen heading to the locker room before the match ended.
It was later confirmed that Ten Hag had been asked to enter at the end of the match, but he refused to do so. He was then suspended from the squad for several days, missing last week’s game against Chelsea.
He still looks destined to leave United in the near future, but even though he wants to play in the Champions League, he may have to accept a move to MLS.
Cristiano Ronaldo in MLS
According to The Sun, the United States of America would be very interested in the transfer of CR7 to their elite championship, as it would be a big boost for the league to have a star like him play there.
Thus, there are three teams very interested in buying the services of the Portuguese star: Los Angeles FC, Inter Miami and LA Galaxy are the three clubs that want Ronaldo in MLS.
From England, it is reported that these three teams would be the main candidates for signing Ronaldo.
However, his signing will not be possible until the summer as United are not looking to offload him in the January transfer window. The Portuguese international’s contract expires in 2023, so he would arrive as a free agent in MLS