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Cristiano Ronaldo Club Records and Stats

He has scored 701 Club goals in just 949 app.

Goals, records and Cristiano Ronaldo go hand in hand, and the Portuguese attacker serves as the gold standard for all aspiring young forwards.

Cristiano Ronaldo has smashed records everywhere he has played throughout the course of his 20-year career. And even at the age of 37, he is still doing so.

Where Real Madrid and Manchester United will always hold a special place in Cristiano Ronaldo’s heart. He also excelled records while playing for Juventus and Sporting CP.

Ronaldo became a worldwide sensation and is now recognised as one of the best forwards in football. His best campaign with United was in 2007–2008, when he scored 42 League and Cup goals and took home the Golden Shoe as Europe’s top scorer with 31 League goals. For Spain’s Real Madrid, he is the club’s all-time leading scorer.

In May 2008, Ronaldo assisted the United in winning the Champions League, and for his outstanding 2007–08 campaign. They named him FIFA’s World Player of the Year. He was the third individual to receive a lifetime contract from the sportswear firm Nike. He served as captain of Portugal’s national team throughout the 2014 and 2018 World Cup games.

Even though the 37-year-hopes old’s of playing Champions League football now seem to be in ruins. The forward will still be well paid and have a lot of influence at his new team. After his playing career concludes in 2024, Ronaldo will go into an ambassador post at Al-Nassr. He will earn a staggering $75 million (£61.1 million) annually.

Cristiano Ronaldo is a professional football player who has represented 5 Mega Cubs. and today we will discuss his club records and stats.

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Sporting CP (2002-03)

At the age of 16, they gave Ronaldo the opportunity to join Sporting CP’s youth squad after being given a promotion by the first-team management. Before moving to the senior team in 2002, Ronaldo became the first athlete from CP to play in the under-16, under-17, under-18, B-team, and first team.

Due to his success with Sporting CP, some of the top English clubs, like Liverpool, Arsenal, and Manchester United, began to show interest in signing him. The representative of Ronaldo discussed signing him with Joan Laporta, president of Barcelona, and former Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier. Ronaldo and the manager of Arsenal spoke about a potential deal.

Manchester United (2003-09)

In 2003, Cristiano Ronaldo faced off against Manchester United in a UEFA Champions League match. Ronaldo joined the team the same year after his play enthused Alex Ferguson in a 3-1 loss to Manchester United in August 2003.

In his six years at Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo developed into one of the team’s key players. During that time, Manchester United won three consecutive league championships and the UEFA Champions League in 2008, making it one of the continent’s most successful teams.

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Real Madrid (2009-18)

La Liga and football in general received more attention during Ronaldo’s stint at Real Madrid. His battle with then-Barcelona star Lionel Messi helped to define what many consider being the pinnacle of contemporary football.

In terms of trophies, Ronaldo helped Madrid win two La Liga championships and four Champions League victories. He received the Ballon d’Or four times, which is the most by a European player.

Ronaldo set a record for most goals ever in a single season of the Champions League with his 17 goals, which made him the player.

Juventus (2018-21)

The news of Ronaldo’s transfer to Juventus in 2018 shocked many people. The speed with which he duplicated his performance for Real Madrid in Italy, though, did not surprise anyone.

Ronaldo passed Rui Costa to become the highest-scoring Portuguese in competition history during his second season. Which saw him become the second-fastest player in Serie A history to achieve 50 goals.

Ronaldo had scored 100 goals at the end of his third season, and he led the league in scoring with 29 goals.

Manchester United (2021-22)

Juventus revealed Ronaldo’s re-signing with Manchester United on August 27, 2021. With 18 of his 24 goals coming to the Premier League. He finished the season as the third-highest goalscorer in the league, behind Golden Boot winners Son Heung-min and Mohamed Salah.

Cristiano Ronaldo struggled to maintain his prior season’s form, when he scored 24 goals for Manchester United. Ronaldo, 37, didn’t like the fact that Erik ten Hag didn’t start him on his team.

Ronaldo’s contract was terminated following his interview with Piers Morgan, and the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is now formally residing in Al Nassr on a new continent.

As his career in European football comes to a close, Cristiano Ronaldo is now a recognised member of the Al Nassr team. The Portuguese forward has agreed to a 2.5-year contract that runs through 2025.

Ronaldo all Club Goals:

TeamsYearGamesGoals
Sporting CP2002-03315
Manchester United2003-09 & 2021-22346145
Real Madrid2009-18438450
Juventus2018-21134101
TOTAL949701


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Pratik Sharma
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A college student who live football and must say a huge supporter of Barcelona. He is also an hip-hop rap artist who just loves to make music and spend his other time in watching European football matches.
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