Cristiano Ronaldo Returns to Manchester United in Stunning Move

With personal terms discussed and important matters settled, Cristiano Ronaldo officially agrees with a two-year contract with former club, United.

Earlier in the day, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to leave the Italian club. 

Ronaldo then boarded a private plane in Turin while his agent and multiple clubs negotiated over the future of the Portuguese superstar.

Ronaldo coming home to Old Trafford

The real deal on Ronaldo’s transfer Portugal's captain, who experienced a treatment in Lisbon over the weekend, will charge the Premier League club around €15 million (£12.87 million) plus an additional €8 million (£6.86 million).

United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told reporters that United had "had a bit of communication" with Ronaldo. According to Fabrizio Romano, they were seriously interested in reuniting with Ronaldo and that United had contacted Ronaldo's agent, Jorge Mendes about it.

Ronaldo’s performance the last time he played for Manchester earned him to obtain a good 118 goals in 292 games between 2003 and 2009.

Midfield mayhem

Even though Cristiano Ronaldo’s return will surely create big and effective changes to the league, there are still issues that need to be addressed and solved.

This competition for forward positions will only intensify with Cristiano Ronaldo's return imminent. According to Adam Bate, Paul Pogba's midfield collaboration with Fred against Wolves does not appear to be a long-term solution. Pogba's inclusion as a midfielder is understandable. 

However, it feels like a fudge in comparison. Both the positives and negatives of the switch were on display against the Wolfpack.

Ronaldo to get massive play time as always

"He is not signing to sit on the bench. He is going to make us a better team.” United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer informed the Manchester United forwards.

As Solskjaer believes that Ronaldo is one of the greatest players of all time, he is confident that his contribution and impact on the team would surely help raise them to the top and become a spectacular franchise.

“Let’s see what happens with Cristiano, he’s a legend of this club. I played with him and coached him. He’s a tremendous human being. Let’s see what happens with Cristiano.” Solskjaer declared assumingly.

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