There will always end point of a football player career. That is also evident in Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the best players in the world, that has turned into thirty last February. With this being said, the rumors about the winger’s future have been in the buzz for some time. One of the most recent rumor about his career is that he is to end up his career in Major League Soccer, MLS, in the United States. The rumor said that the player would start his new career in MLS in 2018. Is that possible? Yes, 2018 is definitely a way down the road so as to talk about transfer enterprise pertinent to the Portuguese.
However, a recent report on the locale, where the player will play out his days has been just too juicy to deny. There is a story on SI.com which cites a source that Cristiano Ronaldo currently plans to take a big move to MLS on a free transfer when the contract in Real Madrid does not come to any extension deal. The timing, as rumored, is just so perfect to be true according to the report buzzing. After the 2018 world cup, Cristiano Ronaldo will be 33 years old, which is actually yojnger than some recent-big names in MLS such as Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard, or even David Beckham. This is not the first we time we have heard the news pertaining to the player moving to MLS after the contract in Madrid expires.
Back in 2012, Cristiano Ronaldo said that he would one day be interested in following David Beckham’s steps and finish his career in MLS. The Portuguese said that the league was in a good way and he hoped to come there to play. In January, his agent, Jorge Mendez, once again buzzed the idea of Real Madrid striker making a move to the MLS by claiming that he would finish his career at Madrid FC and afterward he presumably would go to the United States. The Real Madrid superstar would have his option of teams of course yet reportedly has his interest in Los Angeles, New York, or Miami. David Beckham’s effort to bring a team to Miami are still far from complete even though one would hope a promise from the Portuguese would grease the bureaucracy for a new stadium. Will that be true? Let us just wait what will happen in 2018.