New Reports claim Cristiano Ronaldo could play in the Champions League next season

New reports have revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo could be seen in the Champions League action gain next season.

According to the Spanish outlet Marca, Cristiano Ronaldo could join Newcastle United if the Magpies qualify for the Champions league next season.

Marca has gone ahead to disclose that Ronaldo has a clause in his contract with Al Nassr, a clause which could see the Portuguese forward play in the European’s biggest Club tournament.

The clause states that if Newcastle United qualifies for the Champions league, the former Real Madrid star would join them on loan since they are owned by the Saudi Arabian Public investment fund.

The 37-year-old left Manchester United at the end of last year after the iconic star gave a controversial interview to Piers Morgan.

In his interview, Ronaldo strongly criticized Manchester United’s owners, United’s new boss Erik Ten Hag, former United’s managers like Ralf Rangnick and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and former Manchester United players like Wayne Rooney.

Ronaldo has been a free agent for more than a month now, and his latest move to the Saudi Arabian club has been strongly ridiculed by some of the football pundits.

Ronaldo’s gent revealed in the summer Ronaldo’s desire to play in the Champions league, after Manchester United failed to qualify for the top four spot.

However, a move away from Manchester United failed as Ronaldo could not find a suitable buyer given his huge wage bill.

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