Cristiano Ronaldo Next Club Odds: Transfer betting escalates after bombshell interview

Cristiano Ronaldo’s exclusive interview with Piers Morgan will air again today, Wednesday 16th November at 8.00 PM and tomorrow. According to Pier Morgan via his Twitter feed, Ronaldo is set to reveal more, only a few days after an explosive segment that got social media abuzz with a flurry of tweets, posts and comments.

A tell-it-all Cristiano Ronaldo bombshell interview on Piers Morgan Uncensored has caused a storm in the Manchester United boardroom. And now, the football world can’t keep quiet about a potential early exit from the club. The interview has undoubtedly brushed Manchester United’s hierarchy the wrong way. More telling is the timing of it, with the FIFA World Cup kicking off in under 5 days and the January transfer window also beckoning. Ronaldo is already pitching camp in Qatar with the Portugal squad ahead of their opening fixture against Ghana on Thursday 24th November.

The bookies are at it again as Ronaldo’s next club odds ramp up fast. Ronaldo has always grabbed the headlines and the latest interview is sure to send the bookies into overdrive. So, the question is, where is his next destination? Find out in this Ronaldo transfer prediction preview as we explore the options that could be available to the world’s iconic number 7 ahead of January.

Bombshell Interview Triggers Ronaldo Transfer Betting, But What Are His Options?

Cristiano Ronaldo is now left with hard choices to make, especially after roping in Ten Hag among those he says tried to force him out of Manchester United. Ronaldo’s bare-knuckle against Manchester United in an interview with Piers Morgan has sent the United boardroom into a flurry of meetings. A club statement says they are waiting for the full interview to air before taking action against Ronaldo’s claims.

And according to former Reds Devil defender, Rio Ferdinand, the bombshell interview has sealed Ronaldo’s fate as there is no way back to the club. Ferdinand opines in a podcast on Vibe with Five that the interview has been purposely manufactured to force a move.

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The 37-year-old forward also blamed United for lack of ambition since Ferguson left, sentiments that echoed Louis Van Gal’s previous assertions that Manchester United is a ‘commercial club’. And as millions of Man United fans weigh into the Ronaldo interview, many seem not to approve of his attack on Ten Hag. Since arriving at Old Trafford, Ten Hag has cut out a figure of a disciplinarian and Ronaldo has become the main casualty of the manager’s punishment. Sources indicate that Ten Hag has made it clear to the club hierarchy that Ronaldo should not play for the Red Devils again. Club chiefs are reportedly in agreement with the manager.

Here are some clubs that could make Ronaldo an offer as punters rush in Ronaldo transfer odds:

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Sporting Lisbon

Cristiano Ronaldo began his football career at Sporting Lisbon but became an instant hit at Manchester United. A transfer to Real Madrid where he reached the pinnacle of his performance, epitomized Ronaldo’s career. Ronaldo has always wished to end his career in Sporting and at 37, time is fast running out for the superstar. He is one among his peers still playing at the highest level.

However, wage demands and the player’s superstar status mean he can only go so far at his age. A move to Sporting CP will disrupt the club’s wage bill but regardless of a pay cut, the commercial value of Ronaldo’s return to his home club would be enough to fund the move. Most bookies are pricing Ronaldo’s move to Sporting at 3/1.

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Ronaldo isn’t a player who settles for less, so with top European clubs keen not to deal with another sideshow from the top striker, a move to any MLS side as Ronaldo next club would still bring in a fat cheque to the superstar. Most players consider MLS a retirement league, where they can still get paid huge wages to do little, save for the massive commercial value they bring along. Ronaldo had previously been linked to David Beckham’s Inter Miami. For a player nearing the end of his active years in football, a move to MLS shouldn’t surprise anyone if he quits Manchester United. Beckham has reportedly renewed his interest in bringing Ronaldo to the MLS. The bookies have priced an Inter Miami move at 6/1 as Ronaldo next club odds.

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Chelsea has appeared cash-strapped since former Billionaire owner, Roman Abramovich was forced to sell the club in the wake of the Russia-Ukraine crisis. However, Chelsea is touted as a club that ranks highly as Ronaldo next club. Chelsea hierarchy had mulled bringing in Cristiano in the summer but former manager, Thomas Tuchel, was reportedly against it. A move Man City was even closer before Alex Fergusson advised Ronaldo against it. But because Pep Guardiola has Erling Haaland, the most ideal destination for Ronaldo if he chooses to remain in England is Chelsea. The Blues have looked troubled in the current season and badly need a striker. A move to Chelsea is priced at 4/1.

Bayern Munich

Bayern is the kind of Club Ronaldo wouldn’t hesitate to heed its call, especially with Champions League football being at the centre of his interests. They also have the money to fund such a move albeit that currently looks like a distant possibility. Bayern came up among the top clubs that were linked to Ronaldo in the summer. The club’s chief executive officer, Oliver Khan even admitted to discussing such a possibility internally but an idea which he says was promptly dismissed. Napoli and Borussia Dortmund were also linked to the number 7. While the odds for Bayern as Ronaldo next club are quite extreme at the moment, a chance to play Champions League football would be hard to reject.