Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has continued to be linked with a move away from the Italian club and reports suggest that a move to the United States Major League Soccer could be on the cards. Ronaldo has long been linked with an exit from the Old Lady in recent months and even though neither he nor his agent has addressed the rumors, they have continued to hot up.
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward was signed by the Serie A giants from the Los Blancos during the summer transfer window of 2018 so he could help them clinch the UEFA Champions League title, but he is yet to help them achieve that feat and also could not save his team from getting knocked out of the competition at the hands of FC Porto earlier in the competition this season.
After their exit from the competition, a lot of criticism was directed at the Portugal international superstar as a lot of people claimed that he was not even supposed to be signed by Juventus in the first place. Former Italy midfielder Cassano also said that Ronaldo is not doing enough to help Juve achieve their Champions League dream and also questioned his signing as well.
However, since Ronaldo joined the club, none of his teammates has ever outscored him and he has always finished each of the last seasons in Turin as the club’s top scorer. This season alone, he has scored as many as 26 goals in the Serie A alone and has scored over 35 goals in all competitions for the club.
Inter Miami are the side that have reportedly shown interest in signing Ronaldo, and it comes as no surprise because the club is jointly owned by a former teammate of the superstar David Beckham who they played together at Manchester United.