GOAT Cristiano Ronaldo next club odds – transfer news: Chelsea now clear favourites to sign CR7 in January window

Cristiano Ronaldo for the most part of the summer, was after a move away from Old Trafford but as time went on a deal kept eluding the star man.

The Portuguese forward told Man United to let him leave in June and despite a plethora of clubs interested, a deal never made it over the line.

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But the transfer saga continues into the January transfer window as clubs struggling before the World Cup break, might be looking to revisit previous transfers.

Chelsea were favourites in the summer for a big part of the summer window and have now re-emerged again with the Blues 2/1.

Ronaldo could return to where it all started in Portugal over 20 years on from making his professional debut with Sporting Lisbon.

But the side are out to 16/1 to sign CR7 before 3rd February – the Lisbon side were also at one stage odds-on for a remarkable return, one that would equal his momentous return to Old Trafford last season.

The 37-year-old spent his youth career with Andorinha and Nacional before breaking through the Sporting team between 1997 and 2003.

In 2003, Manchester United signed Ronaldo after he made an impression from just 25 appearances.

He’s been integral for the Red Devils, and without Ronaldo’s goal involvements last season, United would have finished the 2021-22 season just ten points above the relegation zone.

According to SkyBet, the 37-year-old forward is now 2/1 to make a switch in the English top-flight.

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A surprising move to Ronaldo’s former local rivals, Atletico Madrid, are at 20’s.

This move would see him come back to La Liga just over four years after departing for Juventus, from Real Madrid in 2018.

He made nearly 300 appearances for the Spanish side in which he scored well over 300 goals.

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