After his latest disappointment in Arabia, Cristiano could consider it, the reports of CR7′s return to Sporting Lisbon

Cristiano Ronaldo may look for a way out of Saudi Arabia as Sporting Lisbon’s interest grows.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Cristiano Ronaldo smiles and celebrates while wearing the Portugal jersey; the Sporting CP Flag is in the background.
Cristiano Ronaldo smiles and celebrates while wearing the Portugal jersey; the Sporting CP Flag is in the background.
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Cristiano Ronaldo shined for Al Nassr this past season in Saudi Arabia as he was the team’s top goalscorer of the season and the top goalscorer of the Saudi Pro League. The Portuguese striker impressed many, and despite being 39 years old, he still earned a call-up to the national team for the EUROS 2024. Although he was successful himself, Al Nassr did not win a major trophy this past season. While the club is trying to build a great team for Ronaldo ahead of next season, reports in Portugal suggest that Sporting Lisbon is working on the return of CR7 to the club so he can finish his career where he first started his career. The Portuguese club is open to receiving Ronaldo at the club despite his age, and the player himself has been open to returning to the club as a player. Sporting CP manager Ruben Amorim spoke about Ronaldo and said, “Everyone at Sporting dreams of the return of Cristiano.”

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Ronaldo played a total of 31 matches for Sporting before he made his early move to Manchester United in the summer of 2003. He scored five goals and provided six assists during his time in Portugal, and then he went on to become one of the best players in the world. While some are concerned that he can’t perform for Sporting, others disagree after his incredible season with Al Nassr.

CR7 played a total of 45 matches for Al Nassr across all competitions. He scored a total of 44 foals and provided 13 assists. His contract with Al Nassr expires in the summer of 2025, which would be great for Sporting to try and sign him as a free agent next summer unless the Saudi Pro League club offers him a new contract.

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What is next for Cristiano Ronaldo?

While there are rumors about Ronaldo’s future next season, the striker is with the Portuguese national team as the EUROS begins in a few days. Ronaldo scored a brace in a friendly match against Ireland, where Portugal won 3-0. Ronaldo and Portugal’s next game is in the EUROS, and the first opponent will be against the Czech Republic on June 18th.

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