From a purely footballing standpoint, I do wonder how well Ronaldo would do elsewhere now he's a pure number 9. Probably at his best for a few years because he's distilled his game just to supreme movement in the box and finishing. Basically an entirely different footballer to the one Man U sold in 2010.
Think he was so good for Madrid this season because of how good the service was from Modric, Marcelo, Isco, etc. It'd be interesting to see how he'd fare with lesser quality service. Think he'd actually do pretty well at Man U, if you imagine him in Ibra's role from last season, with a few better conversation rate
(maybe the most reprehensible sportsman on the planet, like, if that needs adding)