David Beckham could offer Cristiano Ronaldo two-year deal in the MLS

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With Cristiano Ronaldo approaching the latter stages of his career, speculation has been rife regarding his long-term future in the game. 

Unsurprisingly, he's been linked here, there and everywhere recently and it remains possible that he could one day ply his trade in the US. 

Over the years, a number of exceptional names, including the likes of David Beckham, Kaka and Steven Gerrard, have moved to the US in the final years of their careers, so it wouldn't come as a major surprise if Ronaldo eventually followed suit. 


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In fact, The Sun claim that Beckham, formerly of LA Galaxy, could make an offer to Ronaldo when he launches Miami United in two years time. 

The report states that Beckham is in place to offer the option of a two-year MLS career to the Portuguese phenomenon. 

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It certainly appears that Beckham wants to get some top names on board and the signing of Ronaldo really would surpass all others.  

Of course, any potential deal appears to be a long way off at this stage, but it's one for fans to get excited about. 

For now, though, Ronaldo will be determined to establish himself as Real Madrid's greatest ever player. To do that, he will have to help the club secure a few more trophies over the coming years. 

Should Ronaldo eventually move to the US? Have your say below! 

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David Beckham
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Cristiano Ronaldo
Manchester United

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