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The teams that could take away the possibility of Ronaldo joining Miami and worries Beckham, Cristiano tired of Arabia

Cristiano Ronaldo appears to be considering leaving Saudi Arabian soccer, where he has failed to win a single trophy

Cristiano Ronaldo wearing the captain's armband during a Saudi Pro League match with Al-Nassr

Sporting Lisbon would be one of the teams most interested in acquiring the services of Cristiano Ronaldo, in view of the rumors that place the Portuguese star outside of soccer in Saudi Arabia. Sporting Lisbon was the team in which Ronaldo made his professional debut and played a total of 31 games, in which he managed to score 5 goals and 6 assists, and is currently leading the Primeira Liga with 71 points and one game less than the second place, so in case of winning their pending game they would have a 7-point advantage over their closest pursuer.

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Another rumored option for Cristiano Ronaldo's future in Portugal would be to join Porto, one of the most important teams in that country, as he has won the Portuguese league 30 times and has also won the UEFA Champions League twice. In addition, recently the coach of that team, Sérgio Conceição, spoke highly of Cristiano Ronaldo and assured that the Portuguese should "thank God" for having soccer players like the 'Bicho', who has scored more than 750 goals in his entire career at club level.

It is also said that the other Portuguese team that would prevent Cristiano's arrival in MLS, would be Benfica, current champions of the Portuguese league. Benfica is one of the most relevant teams in Portugal, as the specialized portal Transfermarkt has valued the club and its squad at an impressive 360.75 million euros, making it the club with the highest market value in all of Portuguese soccer. Sporting Lisbon is second, with a value of 329.3 million euros and Porto completes the podium with an estimated value of 283.6 million euros.

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Cristiano Ronaldo could also come to MLS

Years ago, when Cristiano Ronaldo was playing for Real Madrid, he assured that he would never play in MLS and reaffirmed it while in Saudi Arabia by saying that the Saudi Pro League is better than the American league. However, after the recent controversies in which he has been involved in Arabian soccer, rumors have emerged that place him coming to Inter Miami in 2026, after the World Cup, or in some team in the city of California as could be LAFC or LA Galaxy.

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