In search of the Champions League, why doesn’t anyone love Ronaldo?!


It is difficult to find reasons to understand why the big clubs in Europe do not have a place in their squads for Cristiano Ronaldo. The Manchester United striker wants to play in the Champions League and has tasked Jorge Mendes with finding him a new “home” to do so.
Munich, Paris or Madrid have been some of the European capitals where the name of the Portuguese star has sounded strongly, but it seems that no one loves Cristiano. Nobody seems to love the striker who scored 815 goals as a professional and averaged 0.73 goals per game over the past 20 years.
Bayern Munich – The German team was one of the first to publicly expose that Cristiano was not part of its plans. In the words of the chief executive, Oliver Kahn, the Bavarians specified: “We came to the conclusion that, for all the appreciation we all have for him, Ronaldo would not fit our philosophy of play in the current situation.”
PSG – In Paris, they saw that bringing together a cast of world stars does not work, so they decided to change the course of the team’s planning. Already without Pochettino and Leonardo at the club, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi emphasized during the press conference, where he introduced the new coach, Christopher Galtier, that the team is looking for a more proven sports commitment and that Cristiano Ronaldo does not fit the new idea.
Chelsea – Another of the options that Cristiano Ronaldo’s environment has dealt with was changing the red of Manchester with the blue of London. The option to play with the penultimate European champion tempted Cristiano, but some media point out that the Portuguese forward does not like Tuchel. Consequently, he had no place at Chelsea either.
Neither Real nor Atletico – Regarding the return to the capital of Spain, there are two scenarios presented for the Portuguese: Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid. From what was his home, the potential return of the top scorer in history was never thought of. Even at Atlético Madrid, there have been many who have expressed their rejection of Cristiano’s arrival.
The Atlético Madrid fans’ association has issued a statement expressing its “absolute rejection” of the possibility of Cristiano Ronaldo’s inclusion, as the Portuguese striker “represents the antithesis of the values ​​that make up Atlético’s hallmarks”. In addition, president Enrique Cerezo declared this summer’s market closed at the presentation ceremony of Nahuel Molina.
Cristiano has been left out of Erik ten Hag’s list for the friendly that the red team will play against Atlético Madrid in “Ullevaal Stadion”, Oslo. The most worrying thing is that, just a few hours later, Cristiano announced on Instagram that he will be available on Sunday to play a friendly against Rayo Vallecano at 17:00 at Old Trafford. On the eve of the start of August, Cristiano Ronaldo is still looking for a possible departure from the team that saw him become a star.


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