Cristiano Ronaldo could be on his way out of Real Madrid this summer following his £13million tax evasion charge, according to reports in Portugal.
Although the Portuguese international has enjoyed a blistering season in Spain, he has admitted he wants to leave the country.
NAIJ.com understands that the four-time Ballon d'Or winner has decided it is time for him to leave Spain and has communicated the ‘irreversible’ decision to Real Madrid president Florentino Perez.
The 32-year-old will be limited to a few clubs to join if he is to leave the Spanish capital this summer.
NAIJ.com takes a look at 5 possible clubs Ronaldo could join if he is to leave Real Madrid this summer.
1. Manchester United
The English giants will be eager to bring Ronaldo back to Old Trafford following his decision to leave Los Blancos. The Potuguese left the Red Devils in 2009 to join the Spanish giants and there is possibility he could return back to England.
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Paris Saint Germain are big-time admirers of Ronaldo as they have tried luring him to the Parc des Princes from Madrid severally. The French giants would not think twice to sign the 2016 Ballon d'Or winner if he is available this summer.
3. LA Galaxy
The American club is known for attracting big names from other top leagues in Europe like David Beckham and Ashley Cole.
Ronaldo could be on his way to LA Galaxy despite interest from former club Manchester United and PSG.
The French giants have the financial capability to sign Ronaldo as they have tried signing the four-time Ballon d'Or winner previously. With the rise of Monaco youngster Kylian Mbappe, Madrid will be looking for a swap deal for Ronaldo.
5. Chinese clubs
Chinese clubs are known for signing big players from top leagues in Europe and paying the players big fat salaries.
Ronaldo could be the highest paid player in the world if a deal with a Chinese club is actualised surpassing former Manchester United teammate and Chinese export Carlos Tevez.
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