Cristiano Ronaldo’s Man Utd belief about a new era and “unfinished business” behind the transfer – Sports News Update

Ronaldo believes he has unfinished business at Man Utd ( Image: Action Images via Reuters)

Ronaldo won everything during his six-year career at Manchester United and the Red Devils have struck a deal with Juventus to bring him back at the other end of his playing days

Despite having won every trophy available to him at Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo believes he has unfinished business to do as he embarks on a new era at Old Trafford.

In six years of his career in England, Ronaldo collected winners’ medals for the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, League Cup, Community Shield and FIFA World Club Cup.

The five-time Ballon d’Or, an icon for the club’s countless young fans, left her heartbroken in 2009 to complete a dream move to Real Madrid but never ruled out an emotional return to the theater of dreams.

Sold for a world record of £ 80million 12 years ago, an initial fee of £ 15million (£ 12.8million) was enough for Juventus to accept after informing the Turin club of his request, before Deadline Day which takes place on to leave Tuesday, 08/31.

The Manchester Evening News detailed why United decided to snatch Ronaldo for strong ties to Manchester City, where he was apparently scheduled to be on Friday morning.

It should be noted that the Glazer family was aware that the Premier League’s three-time return would be the “ultimate feel-good story” after a rocky year in the Old Trafford boardroom where Red Devils supporters protested their decision to grant sign up to the European Super League as they managed to postpone a home game against Liverpool.

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The sentimental signing also reflects Tom Brady’s 2020 second coming for the Glazers’ NFL franchise, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Brady helped the Bucs win their first Super Bowl title in 18 years in February.

Ronaldo also still has friends at the club, both on and off the field.

The Portuguese captain played alongside Solskjaer, assistant coach Michael Carrick and football director Darren Fletcher as he forged his almost unprecedented football career in the Northwest.

Aside from a few words Ronaldo arrived in Lisbon after fleeing Turin, Ronaldo has spoken entirely about his former employers while United fans await his first words since agreeing to return.

“Today I’m leaving a great club, the largest in Italy and certainly one of the largest in Europe,” wrote the 36-year-old on Instagram.

“I gave my heart and soul to Juventus and I will always love the city of Turin until my last days.

“The“ tiffosi bianconeri ”have always respected me and I have tried to thank them by fighting for them in every game, in every season, in every competition.

He added, “In the end, we can all look back and see that we achieved great things, not all we wanted, but still we wrote a pretty nice story together.

Juve per semper sara … “

“I will always be one of you. You are part of my story now as I feel part of your story. Italy, Juve, Turin, Tiffosi Bianconeri, you will always be in my heart.”

But the Red Devils have always been in his heart and Ronaldo will be a United player again, subject to medical and final personal conditions.

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