Xabi Alonso reportedly requested Cristiano Ronaldo for Leverkusen!

While the season is coming to an end, Bayer Leverkusen has already started planning the squad for the next campaign. Xabi Alonso has made history in Germany with a team that, up until the Europa League final, was virtually unbeatable, aiming to replicate this season’s success next year.

The Basque coach has built a nearly perfect machine with Bayer Leverkusen. The German team went 51 consecutive matches without losing until this Wednesday when they lost their crown emphatically in the Europa League final against Atalanta.

However, nothing can overshadow the successes achieved by the aspirins this season. Xabi Alonso has chosen to continue for another season at Leverkusen, where he aims to defend the title in Germany in a season where Bayern is preparing a revolution in their squad.

The most challenging season

Looking ahead to a season where the demand will be maximum, Xabi Alonso would have requested certain signings in specific areas of the field, especially considering the possible departures that may occur this summer. According to Saudi journalist Alhazza Mutab, the Basque coach would have expressed a desire for none other than Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Portuguese forward, who is enjoying his golden retirement in Saudi Arabia, could return to Europe for one last dance alongside his former teammate. The Basque coach trusts in the experience of the Portuguese to bolster a squad that has made history this season in Germany. Precisely in the German country, Cristiano would have the opportunity to conquer his first Bundesliga title, one of the few titles remaining in the career of the Portuguese star.

However, the chances of the transfer happening are rather remote. The Portuguese commander plans to finish his career in Saudi Arabia, where he enjoys a salary that would not be matched by what Bayer Leverkusen could offer…

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