David Beckham is attempting to persuade Cristiano Ronaldo to join Inter Miami in the Major League Soccer (MLS) at the end of next season. Ronaldo, who joined Juventus from Real Madrid in 2018, has a deal with the Turin club until June 2022. There have been no negotiations over a contract extension yet, and Beckham is willing to take advantage of this chance to persuade the five-time Ballon d’Or winner to join Major League Soccer in the United States and continue making history. Ronaldo has yet to decide his future, but he has been linked with a move away from Italy many times during his two-year stay in Serie A.
Ronaldo joined Juventus for a record 100 million euros from Real Madrid, making it the highest transfer fee ever charged by an Italian club and the highest fee ever paid for a player over 30. He was specifically brought to Turin to assist Juventus in dominating Europe and capturing the UEFA Champions League, which they had not achieved since 1997. However, his tenure in Europe with Juventus has been mostly frustrating, with the club failing to progress beyond the quarter-finals in both of the last two seasons.
When his contract with Juventus expires at the end of next season, the 36-year-old is said to see the MLS as a new opportunity in his career, and he could join Beckham’s Inter Miami as a free agent. Ronaldo has shown interest in the Miami bid, according to Todofichajes, and may move to the United States in the summer of 2022. According to the source, Ronaldo could leave Juventus next January, with six months left on his deal.
Despite failing to win the Champions League, Ronaldo’s tenure at Juventus has not been without its highlights. He has won the Supercoppa Italiana twice and has won consecutive Serie A titles with the club. With 19 goals this season, Ronaldo also leads the Serie A golden boot race.