- Kenyan club Nairobi City Stars are interested in the signing of Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo
- This comes hours after Premier League side Manchester United terminated the contract of the former Juventus star
- Cristiano Ronaldo is currently in Qatar for the World Cup, and he is expected to lead his side's attack against Ghana
Nairobi City Stars who are a Kenyan Premier League side have sent a signal to Cristiano Ronaldo luring him to come and play for them after his contract was terminated at Manchester United.
Manchester United on Tuesday evening, 22 November, announced that the Portugal international will be leaving Old Trafford which means that Ronaldo will have to find another club to join in January 2023.
Ronaldo's troubles with the club started when he granted an interview to Piers Morgan about his career at Manchester United in which he attacked manager Erik ten Hag and the club's leadership.
Ronaldo made it clear that he has no respect for Erik ten Hag stressing that the United coach also has no respect for him.
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Old Trafford chiefs were said to have been livid with the outburst of Ronaldo which forced tnem to terminate his contract.
Where is Ronaldo going?
Ronaldo has not revealed his next destination as the five-time Ballon d'Or winner is currently with the national team in Qatar for the 2022 World Cup.
Portugal will face Ghana in their opening game on Thursday, 24 November.
Nairobi City Stars in tweet posted on their page jokingly tagged Ronaldo.
Meanwhile, City Stars are currently occupying 17th position on the Kenyan League table after just one game this term which they lost.
Real Madrid Aim Dig at Ronaldo
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Real Madrid appeared to make fun of Cristiano Ronaldo's situation, after his Manchester United contract was terminated.
Ronaldo's marriage with the Red Devils reached an acrimonious ending, with the two parties deciding to go their separate ways.
The divorce was on the offing when Ronaldo unleashed a barrage of attacks on the club, in a controversial interview with Piers Morgan.
Immediately after Man United's announcement, Real Madrid's Twitter handle uploaded an image of Santiago Bernabeu with an emoji to signify their lovely home.
Fans were quick to jump on the post, with many insinuating that Ronaldo had a home at Real Madrid before he decided to bolt to Juventus.
The Portuguese striker is a revered figure in Madrid, after scoring a whopping 450 goals during his nine seasons in the Spanish capital.