Ronaldo in the Champions League: there is still a chance

The transfer market has closed in the main European leagues and Ronaldo is still at United: he still has a chance to play in the Champions League

When we think back to football in the early years of the new millennium, we can only remember Lionel Messi And Cristiano Ronaldo: they were the two absolute rulers, with 12 Golden Balls won and all the records broken. Now, however, both are facing the waning phase of their careers and their duopoly in the Champions League seems to have shattered.

Cristiano Ronaldo © LaPresse

For the first time in decades, in fact, the Portuguese champion seriously risks not taking part in the next edition of the Champions Cup. In recent months CR7 has shown in every way that it is willing to leave the Manchester Unitedbut at the close of transfer market he found himself again in the English club. Jorge Mendes has always managed to satisfy the requests of his most illustrious client, that this time he would also have been willing to return to Serie A with Napoli, but failed to find the right fit in this market session. To see Cristiano Ronaldo in the Champions League again next season, however, there is still a chance.

Transfer market, Cristiano Ronaldo still in the Champions League | 5 possibilities

Cristiano Ronaldo on the pitch against Leicester
Cristiano Ronaldo © LaPresse

Attention and high guard, because all is not lost. For Cristiano Ronaldo there is still a chance to play the next Champions League. Today, in fact, the lists for the maximum European competition will be presented and if the Portuguese were to release earlier, he could sign with those clubs whose market is still open. The possibilities, in this sense, would be only five.

There are only five clubs that, today, could welcome CR7 and guarantee him participation in the next Champions League. The Club Bruggelo Shakhtar Donetskthe Viktoria Plzenthe Maccabi Haifa and the Dinamo Zagreb. As you can guess, these are all difficult solutions for a player of the caliber of Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese’s desire for Champions is great, but being able to make ends meet with clubs of this type is an undertaking that is at the limit of the possible even for a champion like Jorge Mendes. The duopoly Messi-Ronaldo in the Champions League is seriously in danger of being terminated.

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