Genuine Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo says a move to Major League Soccer could without much of a stretch be a possibility for him later on.
The 30-year-old remains a key figure at Real yet he told the February issue of GQ magazine that a move to the United States eventually would be a “fascinating” prospect.
Ronaldo’s future keeps on being the subject of much daily paper theory, notwithstanding Zinedine Zidane’s request that he is not available to be purchased. Previous club Manchester United and French monsters Paris Saint Germain both firmly tipped to make a move for the player who has scored 340 objectives in 326 appearances without a doubt.
However Ronaldo has beforehand talked about a yearning to play in the United States and a developing number of top entertainers have carried out their specialty in the MLS over late years, drove by previous England captain David Beckham.
Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard, once Beckham’s fellow team members in the England side, as of now play their football in America, and Ashley Cole is allegedly set to be going along with them.
Productive Spain forward David Villa and Brazil awesome Kaka are other enormous names who have moved to the States.
Also, the entry of three-time World Footballer of the Year Ronaldo would be a gigantic upset for the MLS.
“What’s occurring there is extraordinary, it’s fabulous,” said the Portuguese forward who passed up a major opportunity to Lionel Messi for the latest Ballon d’Or.
“Possibly later on will be a decent risk for me to play there. You never know, yet it’s something intriguing.
“I consider it, obviously, on the grounds that, as I’ve said, soccer there has turned out to be better and better, so why not? I feel this is perhaps going to be conceivable.
“I realize that numerous players move there. I believe it’s turning out to be better and better.
“It’s developing, I believe it’s great. It’s beneficial for me and youthful players that perhaps one day we need to move there. So it’s great that football – “soccer” – develops there.”