Former Manchester United defender, Gary Neville, has suggested the clubs Cristiano Ronaldo should consider joining when he leaves Old Trafford.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Neville made it clear the new club Ronaldo will sign for if the 37-year-old should join a team where he will fit their style and play enough.
When asked what next for Ronaldo, Neville replied: “I don’t know where he goes.
“But he has to go somewhere he wants the rest of his career to play out.
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“If you look at what happened at Juventus at the end and what is happening at Manchester United, when something happens twice it is a pattern.
“He has to choose a club that suits Cristiano Ronaldo.
“He is someone who wants to be playing every week, whether the team will be better for it. Or he will be better for it.”