Five clubs Cristiano Ronaldo could join on free transfer as he trains with Real Madrid following Man Utd exit

CRISTIANO RONALDO is on the lookout for his next after leaving Manchester United.

The Portuguese star had his contract mutually terminated after his  explosive interview with Piers Morgan.

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Despite having five Ballon d’Ors to his name there has been a distinct lack of Europe’s elite teams interested in signing the 37-year-old.

Although there are still plenty of clubs that could benefit from having a player of his caliber join their ranks.

Al-Nassr

The team second in the Saudi Pro League have reportedly offered Ronaldo a stunning £173million-a-year deal.

However the forward is yet to agree on the record-breaking contract with the Saudi club as he is thought to want to stay in a more competitive league.

Real Madrid

Another option that has a bit of weight behind it would be a return to the club where he became the best in the world.

Ronaldo is currently training with Madrid after Portugal were knocked out of the World Cup in Qatar.

Although he will have to really impress Carlo Ancelotti as it seems the club are not in favour of handing him a contract.

Newcastle United

While everything is going well for the Magpies, the new Saudi ownership could be tempted in signing Ronaldo in order to add some glitz to the squad.

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The forward would bring in a large amount of revenue through shirt sales and could lift the profile of the club.

LA Galaxy

Ronaldo has been often linked with a swap to the MLS and LA Galaxy could be one of the clubs keen on bringing him to the United States.

Galaxy are used to having big names at the club such as David Beckham and Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ronaldo could be the next one.

Sporting Lisbon

A club that could offer Ronaldo a return to Champions League football and be familiar would be his boyhood club Sporting Lisbon.

While the Portuguese side would not be able to offer him vast amounts of wages, it could be his chance to play at the highest level of football in Europe again.

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