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Could Cristiano Ronaldo come to MLS? Which teams could sign the Juventus's star

Barcelona and Manchester City are two of the nine clubs that could sign Cristiano Ronaldo if he leaves Juventus.

Cristiano Ronaldon
Cristiano Ronaldon

Cristiano Ronaldo may have turned 36 in February, but his goals and performances remain formidable. And as he approaches the final years of his career, he wants to move to a team that can win Champions League titles. But will it be Juventus or not? Many say no, and that a loss to Porto next month will condemn Ronaldo to three Champions League last-16 exits in Turin.

If the five-time Ballon d'Or winner leaves Juventus, he will have nine teams interested in him. Paris Saint-Germain are the favorites to sign him as they look to win their first Champions League. Therefore, Ronaldo could not only make history in Paris by leading the club to European success, but he can add to his haul of domestic honors.

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However, as Oddschecker points out, Barcelona are also in the running. The Catalan giants could lose Lionel Messi in the summer, so who better than Ronaldo to replace him? Or better yet, could they pair up at Camp Nou or even under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City?  

Both City and Barcelona are risky bets, but never say never. A reunion with Manchester United and Real Madrid is also possible, while Bayern Munich is a bit further away. With Real Madrid as another possibility and a trip to the United States to play in the MLS as a rather distant option.

For his part, the former Czech player confirmed that they are still negotiating with Dybala's agent to renew his contract. It remains to be seen if the Cordoba native accepts the new conditions offered by Juventus. The truth is that Cristiano Ronaldo will remain at the Vecchia Signora and that Allegri asked Dybala to stay and renew his contract. El Bicho was in the sights of several clubs and there were chances that he would leave. However, he will stay at Juve and this Monday he will join the training sessions.

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