Cristiano Ronaldo’s Future In Serie A Still Very Much In Doubts

Cristiano Ronaldo's Future In Serie A

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future in Serie A has once again come into scrutiny as there are various opinions about his time in Juventus. For all that we know about the iconic superstar, his days could be numbered in Serie A.

Ronaldo’s stint at Juventus started off pretty well but it began distorting as soon as he realized he wasn’t winning the Champions League. In the beginning, Cristiano Ronaldo felt that leaving his perfect life in Real Madrid would be easy due to his dominant level of performance. However, as time goes by, the Portuguese began to notice the results weren’t the same.

As of then in Bernabeu, Real Madrid wasn’t suffering as much as he was. Zinedine Zidane managed to win the Spanish La Liga during the year of the pandemic and he about to eliminate Liverpool in the Champions League quarterfinals.

Ronaldo perhaps regrets leaving Los Blancos and he might be thinking about a return next summer, especially with so much criticism coming against him from prominent figures in the Italian Serie A.

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Probably you may think it’s only Antonio Cassano, who is against Cristiano Ronaldo’s time at Juventus but that is not true. So many other prominent figures in Serie A are also currently not happy with how things turned out for the star.

In fact, even Ronaldo’s former Juve manager in Massimiliano Allegri considers Cristiano is monopolizing the squad with his style of play. For some, he is not a team player who can look out for the collective. And for this reason, Cristiano Ronaldo’s future in Serie A might be very close to an end.

On the other hand, Walter Zegna is a little harsher by stating Ronaldo realized he is not as dominant as he was in the past due to his age. Regardless of how they think, Cristiano Ronaldo is known for not taking criticism very well. And should he consider the backlash too strong, the Portuguese captain might well make a decision about his future soon, Besides, he might also like the idea of winning more titles in a different league.

So where will he go next?

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