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Cristiano defines his future, because of his anger with Arabia the options CR7 has for his next club

Cristiano Ronaldo has options if he considers to leave Al Nassr from Saudi Arabia.

Cristiano Ronaldo annoyed in a match with Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia.
Cristiano Ronaldo annoyed in a match with Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia.

Cristiano Ronaldo has a couple of options to choose from if he were to leave Al Nassr from Saudi Arabia. In the last few weeks, the Portuguese star has been linked with moves to either Inter Miami in the MLS, Monterrey CF from Liga MX, and Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga. Ronaldo is getting bad receptions from the fans even though the Portuguese player has defended the Saudi Pro League and has helped the country bring eyes to football in that country. Reports suggest that the Portuguese star may feel annoyed at how the poor treatment from other fans continues in stadiums.

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Ronaldo was linked to Inter Miami since Beckham has spoken in the past about building the best team possible with the best players. Beckham had already convinced Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez to join, and it would have been a dream move if Ronaldo had joined the team to see a link to every football fan's dreams. Everyone wanted to see Messi and Ronaldo play together after many years of competing with one another in La Liga with FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, respectively.

This wasn't the only place in North America that wanted Ronaldo's services since Monterrey CF from Mexico was reportedly open to signing the Portuguese striker. Ronaldo was praised by the Monterrey fans when their team played against Messi's Inter Miami. This grew the interest and rumors of Ronaldo to Liga MX since the Leagues Cup tournament could potentially see a Messi vs. Ronaldo game again since it includes MLS and Liga MX clubs. Ronaldo may also want to join the club to play in the 2025 FIFA Club World Cup in the US.

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Other rumors suggested that Ronaldo may consider returning to Europe to prepare for the 2026 World Cup. Ronaldo has no signs of slowing down, and with two years away from the World Cup, Ronaldo may want to try to win the tournament with Portugal. Ronaldo has had a good relationship with Leverkusen's manager, Xabi Alonso, since the pair played at Real Madrid.

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