Ronaldo reveals possibility of moving to play in Brazil.. and compares it to ‘phenomenon’!

Photos of Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo and his mother with Marco Braz, president of Brazilian club Flamengo, have sparked a storm of speculation among many fans on social media.

Fans have claimed that Ronaldo is preparing for a new chapter in his football career by moving to the Brazilian League with Flamengo.

The photo that sparked speculation was on Cristiano Ronaldo’s home island of Madeira, where the Flamengo president traveled to Portugal to hire a new coach for the club, joking that the Portuguese wore the his team jersey.

In an exclusive interview with the Brazilian version of the sports network “ESPN”, Ronaldo revealed his great admiration for the country, and said that he already knew a lot about it, and as for his future with football, he left the field. free.

What did Ronaldo say?

The Portuguese star said in his statements: “What I can say with certainty is that Brazil is a brother country, because of the relationship I have with my colleagues and because of the culture, and the Brazilians who live in Portugal.”

He added: “My sister lives in Brazil and is married to a Brazilian. My nutrition classes are designed by Brazilians. I respect the country a lot and I already know a lot about it.

Does Ronaldo play in Brazil?

The Portuguese star responded to this by saying: “No one knows, no one ever said that I would return to Manchester United at the age of 36, and here I am.”

He continued: “I don’t know how to play in Brazil, it’s far from my thoughts, but in football everything is possible, I really don’t know.”

Who is the best Ronaldo?

Cristiano Ronaldo has answered one of the most frequently asked questions in the world of football, about how he compares to Brazilian stars who go by the name of Ronaldo, like ‘The Phenomenon’ and Ronaldinho.

“It depends on how we compare, but I don’t like it,” said the Portuguese.

He added: “I prefer to say that the three left their heritage and their history, I can say in fact that I won more individual titles than them, but they won the World Cup.”

He concluded his statements: “I have great affection for them, because they are two players that I grew up watching. Talking about who is the best or the second is not the most important thing. I prefer to see them as great examples, and they left a great history in football.

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