Did you know Cristiano Ronaldo told his team-mates that he saw himself rejoining Manchester United?
Cristiano Ronaldo “dreams” of an arrival to Manchester United yet that move is improbable in light of the fact that the club doesn’t need it to happen, by football master Guillem Balague. The Spanish football master composes: “In summer 2014 Cristiano Ronaldo told a Real Madrid player why should about leave Los Blancos that he saw himself at United in two years’ opportunity. The inclination that Carrington was the perfect spot to clear his way, Old Trafford to play his football and the Premier League to feel cherished progressively created in Ronaldo’s mind.”
It’s been six-and-a-half years since Ronaldo left Manchester United and amid that time he has won two Ballon d’Or grants, the Liga BBVA title, the Champions League and turn out to be Real Madrid’s record goalscorer. The £80 million Real Madrid paid the Red Devils in the late spring of 2009, with the advantage of the knowledge of the past, was a flat out can hope for Los Blancos. Presently 30 years of age, Ronaldo appears to be backing off a bit. The Portuguese star has scored eight objectives in 10 La Liga appearances this season – yet five of those objectives were scored in one match: the 6-0 devastation of Espanyol.
While numerous United fans would love to see Ronaldo back at Old Trafford, where he finished his change from a crude yet capable youngster into a relentless goal machine, Balague has not persuaded the arrangement would bode well for either the Red Devils or the player.
“As I would like to think it doesn’t bode well for him to come back to Old Trafford,” the Revista de la Liga intellectual includes. “Neither for the club nor for him. They are in parallel universes. Ronaldo would do a reversal to the city that he needed to desert for such a variety of years. He would need to battle against his own particular shadow. Manchester United have a sufficiently major worldwide after and adequate monetary capability without him.”
The three-time Ballon d’Or victor Cristiano Ronaldo told something into the ear of PSG mentor Laurent Blanc after the Champions League conflict between the French champions and Real Madrid in midweek – provoking theory over a late spring move – and the opportunity to make more history at the Parc des Princes may speak to the all-time great.