- Cristiano Ronaldo has been playing for Juventus for the past two seasons
- The Portugal international has been linked with a return to the Premier League
- Watford striker Deeney has urged Ronaldo to make a move to EPL giants Wolves
English professional footballer Troy Deeney who plays as a striker for Watford has explained that it would be nice for Cristiano Ronaldo to return to the Premier League and join Wolves.
Cristiano Ronaldo's future at reigning Italian champions Juventus is unclear with clubs like Paris-Saint-Germain and Inter Milan said to be interested in his signature.
Despite being a 35-year-old player, Cristiano Ronaldo has been impressive this season for Juventus in the Italian Serie A scoring six League goals so far.
According to the report on UK Mirror, Troy Deeney stated clearly that Cristiano Ronaldo will be a perfect signing for Wolves if he should consider making a return to England.
“I think I was more looking at a club like Wolves with the Portugal connection.
“Whoever is getting him is getting an unbelievable talent. This season I think six in four he has already got in Serie A. You are not going to get the same Ronaldo you had at Manchester United. I think that’s always going to be the comparison.
“You look at Gareth Bale, for example, he has gone back to Tottenham. You are comparing him already to the one that left to go to Madrid.''
During his time in the Premier League between 2003-2009, Cristiano Ronaldo played 196 games scoring 4 goals for Manchester United and won the Champions League at Old Trafford.
Since joining Juventus from Real Madrid in 2018, Cristiano Ronaldo has played 68 games so far netting 58 goals.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United have been linked with Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo who could be leaving the Italian club as they are looking to get him off their wage bill.
The Portuguese star is paid £28 million yearly which is around N14 billion at the Turin club which shows he earns five times more than what Paulo Dybala gets as the second-highest earner.
Juventus officials can't wait to get that huge amount off their wage bill in a bid to remain in business beyond this term and Ronaldo could be heading back to the Premier League.
CR7 spent six seasons at the Old Trafford outfit playing alongside Solskjaer, Paul Scholes and Roy Keane before leaving to join Spanish giants Real Madrid in 2009.
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