Will Cristiano Ronaldo go back to Real Madrid? Club president Florentino Perez clears air
Cristiano Ronaldo is a Portuguese football sensation who is giving his priceless services to Juventus in Serie A. However, the club struggles to impact across platforms this season, as Ronaldo is contemplating on leaving Turin and possibly returning to Real Madrid.
When it comes to Portuguese footballing sensation Cristiano Ronaldo, one can recall him for having made an extraordinary impact for Real Madrid and Manchester United. Meanwhile, he is currently extending his services towards Juventus in Serie A.
However, things are not going right for Ronaldo, as the ongoing season has seen his side struggle, both domestically and at the European level. Despite being the leading top-scorer of this season, he might be considering leaving Turin and possibly returning to Spanish champion Real Madrid.
It has been nearly three seasons since Ronaldo left Los Blancos, where he won four UEFA Champions League titles and four of his five Ballon d’Or recognitions. Also, with Madrid struggling of late, it would love to have him back.
However, Madrid president Florentino Perez has stated that it is nearly impossible to have Ronaldo back at Santiago Bernabéu. Although he would love to reunite with Ronaldo again, he feels that a reunion does not make sense since the Portuguese is currently committed to Juventus.
“I care a lot about Cristiano, but it is impossible. CR7 is not coming back. I love him, but it wouldn’t make sense,” Perez was quoted as saying to Madrid by multiple sources.
Ronaldo had a flawless career in Madrid, scoring 450 goals in 438 appearances. Meanwhile, he has currently scored 97 in 126 games for Juventus, as he looks to finish as the top goal-scorer of the ongoing Serie A season and win his first Golden Boot in the league.
In the meantime, Perez is at the centre of attention for having created the controversial European Super League. Of the 12 founding members of the tournament, Madrid happens to be a part of it, along with Juventus.