Is Cristiano Ronaldo Moving To Arsenal Amid Transfer Talks?

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FIFA World has finally ended with many hearts broken as Cristiano Ronaldo left in the quarter-finals stage. This tournament of such a beautiful game could be so cruel sometimes as billions and billions of people watch and support their nations and players. Some countries stood till the end, and some left early to break the hearts of their fans. Meanwhile, one team remains victorious to take all the glory back to their nation. This time it was Argentina who lost the 2014 finals against Germany but had a tight grip on the trophy this time.

However, Ronaldo\’s World Cup ended with tears in his eyes and walking off the ground in pain and anger. The Portuguese striker expressed his wish to win the World Cup as his dream. But the African Nation Morroco had other plans. After the World Cup, Ronaldo has more problems to think about it as he is clubless at the current moment. Various clubs are linked with the Portuguese striker, but Arsenal has a strong link for now.

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Former Arsenal Player Believes Ronaldo\’s Move Will Be A Complete Disaster

Arsenal has been in great form this season, as they were the table toppers before FIFA World Cup began. Since the World Cup is now over, Arsenal will start next week as the Premier League\’s top team. However, the gunners have been short on attacking players this season. And to sustain a hectic season of English football, a team requires depth to meet the challenges all year round. So, Arsenal is eyeing a striker to ensure their position and title this year. And that striker could very well be Ronaldo, a free agent in the market now.

Gabriel Jesus, the current striker for Arsenal, has suffered a knee injury and will sit on the sidelines for the next three months. It can be an incredible opportunity for the Portuguese striker to move to the top European Club. However, Ronaldo will still not get an opportunity to play in the Champions League this season. Meanwhile, Nigel Winterburn strongly feels that the Gunners must avoid signing the 37-year-old striker to the team. Winterburn thinks that signing him would mean that Mikel Arteta will have to change the way Arsenal plays.

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There is no doubt that Arsenal is a team full of running and pressing over opponents during the whole game. And Ronaldo has shown tremendous signs of slowing and aging, which could hinder the Gunners. However, the fans, on the other side, are incredibly excited to see the move happen. But as far as Winterburn is concerned, he thinks it\’s a complete disaster if they bring in Ronaldo. Former Arsenal player said, \”Ronaldo is an unbelievable player, but I don\’t think he has the legs to be able to do that any more.\” Meanwhile, reports suggest that Al-Nassr has made a deal of €500 million with Ronaldo.

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