Al Hilal considering move for Cristiano Ronaldo

The Saudi Professional League champions Al Hilal have reportedly expressed an interest in making an audacious move for Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Portuguese star recently agreed to terminate his Man United contract following his interview with Piers Morgan for TalkTV.

Ronaldo, 37, who is a free agent, has been linked with a number of clubs, including Sporting Lisbon and Newcastle United.


Chelsea frontrunners to sign Cristiano Ronaldo

Chelsea reportedly seem ready to try to win the race to sign Manchester United attacker Cristiano Ronaldo this summer.

The Portugal international is believed to have informed Man United of his desire to leave the Premier League giants in the coming weeks.

The Red Devils are holding firm on their stance that the 37-year-old is not for sale under any circumstances, but he could try to force an exit before the start of the new season.


Real Madrid superstar hints at MLS move

Real Madrid talisman Cristiano Ronaldo has stated that he would consider to make a move to the American football league MLS in the coming future.

The 30-year-old striker is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in football having scored 340 goals in 326 appearances for Real Madrid since joining the 10-time European champions for a world-record fee of £80 million in 2009 from Manchester United.


Will Cristiano Ronaldo remain with the Spanish Giants?

The Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has hinted that he might not be a Real Madrid player next season amid growing speculations that he will leave the Bernabeu this summer.

The 30-year-old, who has scored 10 goals across all competitions so far this season, has stated that he is “happy” at the Spanish capital but does not know about his future.


What does next season have in store for Ronaldo according to the bookmakers?

It’s never a bad idea to bet on Cristiano Ronaldo. Let’s face it the man is a born winner and whether he’s claiming the Ballon d’or, winning the Champions League or finishing top scorer in La Liga, Ronaldo’s never far from the summit of world football.

Portugal’s failure to complement their star man’s talent with players who come close to his level of talent has meant that Brazil 2014 was never destined to be Ronaldo’s World Cup and in many ways it’s a shame he couldn’t illuminate the competition in the way he’s dominated club football over the years. But the World Cup is racing towards an exciting finale and you can be sure that Ronaldo will once again claim centre stage in 2014/15.