Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most iconic and successful football players of our generation. On Tuesday, Cristiano Ronaldo left Manchester United and released the following statement:
“By mutual consent, Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Manchester United immediately.”
The club wishes him and his family the best of luck in the future and expresses gratitude for his enormous contribution throughout his two stints at Old Trafford, where he scored 145 goals in 346 games.
Ronaldo won’t have to wait until the January transfer window and may leave Old Trafford and join another team immediately.
United was eager to find a quick solution and stated that they would sue for contract violation if a mutual termination agreement could not be reached.
Cristiano Ronaldo stated on Monday that the timing of his most recent remarks about leaving Manchester United would not interfere with his Portuguese teammates’ focus when they were competing for Portugal at the World Cup in Qatar.
The Extraordinary Journey of Cristiano Ronaldo From Street Soccer to Stardom
Cristiano Ronaldo might have been born in the Portuguese city of Funchal, but his rise to becoming one of the world’s best soccer players was anything but ordinary. He started out as a poor young man with tremendous talent.
Cristiano Ronaldo was born on February 5, 1985, in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal. The youngest child of Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro and José Dinis Aveiro, he had two older sisters, Liliana Cátia and Elma. His mother worked as a cook, and his father was a municipal gardener. He grew up surrounded by poverty and violence before embarking on an incredible journey that eventually saw him play for one of the biggest soccer clubs in the world and win multiple prestigious awards, including the coveted Ballon d’Or.
Ronaldo began his football career with the amateur team Andorinha, where his father worked as a kit man. He soon attracted interest from Sporting CP, one of Portugal’s top clubs. Despite being offered a contract at age 11, he decided not to sign with them because they wanted him to switch positions from striker to defender; instead, he chose FC Barcelona in Spain.
As a young boy, Ronaldo played for the amateur team Andorinha, where his father worked as a kit man. In 1995, he caught the attention of Sporting Lisbon’s scouting department and was signed to the club’s academy. He progressed through the youth ranks and made his professional debut for their first team at age 18 in 2002. He scored two goals in 11 appearances before being loaned back to Andorinha for the remainder of the season.
In 2003, Ronaldo was signed by Manchester United for a record-breaking fee of £12.24 million (€15 million). At the time, he was the most expensive teenager in English football history.
1. On August 6, 2003, Ronaldo made his debut for Manchester United in a 4-0 win over Bolton Wanderers.
2. In April 2006, he scored his first Champions League goal in a 3-0 victory over Deportivo La Coruna.
3. On May 28, 2008, Ronaldo scored the winning goal in the Champions League final against Chelsea.
Ronaldo a Global Star
In 2013, he won the FIFA World Player of the Year award, and he won it again the following year. Ronaldo has scored 34 league-leading hat-tricks, including a Nate hat-trick that tied the league record in the 2014-15 season. Cristiano Ronaldo is Portugal’s most capped player of all time with over 140 caps and has participated in seven major tournaments.
Cristiano Ronaldo led Portugal to their first major tournament by winning in 2016 and receiving the silver medal as the second highest goal scorer of the tournament. He was ranked the world’s highest-paid athlete by Forbes in 2016 and 2017 as well as the world’s most famous athlete by ESPN in 2016 and 2017.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored more than 100 goals with his head, which is a world record.
Cristiano Ronaldo said,‘Your love makes me strong your hate makes me unstoppable’
What team is Ronaldo currently playing for?
Portugal’s national football team
Who is the best team in FIFA World Cup?
In FIFA ranking 2022
- Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal.