While Juventus themselves are struggling at the moment, there is little evidence that Ronaldo’s form would deteriorate after returning to England as he scored 101 goals and 22 assists in 133 games for the Old Lady.

Ronaldo has little need to return to England unlike his longtime Balon D’or rival Lionel Messi as he has already proven himself in a number of leagues, including the Premier League.

Etihad fans will rave about not only the idea of ​​Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez creating opportunities for Ronaldo, but the chance to leave their bitter rivals behind.

Paris Saint-Germain has recently been rumored to be overseeing Ronaldo’s situation but it is likely that the former Real Madrid man would favor a move to the Premier League.

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