With Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly looking to leave Manchester United, the Portuguese star could be set to reunite with his former manager Jose Mourinho.
The 37-year-old was widely linked with a move away from the Red Devils in the most recent transfer window but a potential exit failed to materialise.
While it seemed that Ronaldo had worked his way back into Erik ten Hag's side, reports continued to suggest that the striker will seek a new club in the UEFA Champions League in the January transfer window.
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Following the forward's interview with Piers Morgan, Ronaldo has seemingly reaffirmed his desire to leave after the goal-getter made damning statements about the club and manager.
According to Italian outlet La Repubblica, Roma are weighing a possible move for the 37-year-old at the turn of the year.
While the Serie A side have Tammy Abraham in the striker role, the England international has endured a frustrating time in front of goal as the forward recently broke a three month goal drought in the italian top flight.
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Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho previously worked together at Real Madrid which saw the five time Ballon d'Or winner score 168 goals and 49 assists in 164 matches.
The one potential stumbling block for i giallorossi is that the club are in the UEFA Europa League
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