Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed that he is considering a move to Major League Soccer and the United States as he looks ahead to the future.
The Portuguese superstar has been heavily linked with a move away from Real Madrid in recent months, and over the last few days, speculation has intensified.
Los Merengues’ Champions League meeting with Paris Saint-Germain aroused suggestions that the forward was considering a move to the French capital after being pictured speaking to club coach Laurent Blanc in the aftermath of the match.
Similarly, Manchester United fans are desperate for their former hero to return to Old Trafford, and their hopes have been fuelled by comments from Guillem Balague and Jose Semedo, pal of Ronaldo, who have both suggested the forward wants a return to England before the end of his career.
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However, speaking to FHM magazine, Ronaldo has sent speculation in a different direction by admitting that he’d actually be tempted by a switch to Major League Soccer.
“I’m definitely thinking about playing in the USA for a year,” Ronaldo began. “I’ve always said living and playing there is a possibility.”