Cristiano Ronaldo, a multiple recipient of the world football player of the year award has the football world buzzing with excitement and wonderment over his recent disclosure that he wants to continue his football career following his time with Real Madrid F.C. in Los Angeles.
This revelation, reported by Fox Sports 1's Grant Wahl could push football in the United States to a level that makes David Beckham's time in the MLS look like a blip on the radar screen. The English football star in his prime was one of the best players in the world but he never reached the level of Cristiano Ronaldo whom many rational football observers view as one of the top five players in the world and arguably one of the greatest players to ever step on a football pitch.
If he comes to the MLS and plays in Los Angeles, one of the media and entertainment centers of the world, the attention he will receive would likely have a huge impact on making the game of European football more popular in the United States.
With his handsome movie star looks and his superb football ability he could become a household name in the one area of the world in which only football fans truly know him. Some sports and entertainment observers are anticipating that if he were to pose in an underwear advertisement while a member of a MLS team in Los Angeles such as the Los Angeles Galaxy the exposure his sensational body would receive would make him a U.S. star sensation who would make women forget all about the underwear commercials of Mark Wahlberg or David Beckham.
Cristiano Ronaldo, the football superstar, has announced his intention to come to the United States to ply his trade in the future and if he does make the trip it is very possible that MLS football will reach a heightened level of popularity that will exceed anything the league has ever experienced because of this exceptionally talented and beautiful football star from Portugal.