Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Real

The best scorer in the history of Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo, could leave Manchester and return to Madrid this summer, reports the British Mirror.

The Portuguese arrived in Manchester in the summer of 2021, when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer came to the bench of that team.

Ajax head coach Eric Ten Haag will come to the club from Old Trafford in the summer, and the arrival of the Dutchman could affect Ronaldo’s minutes and that is one of the reasons that could bring the Portuguese back to Real Madrid.

Real’s first wish for the summer transfer window is certainly Kylian Mbappe, but the club from Paris is doing everything to keep their best player, so they see Cristiano Ronaldo in Madrid as one of the alternatives.

Fans would like to see the Portuguese in the Real again, as evidenced by the fact that his name was chanted before the start of the match with Espanyol, where Madrid certified the 35th title in history.

Cristiano Ronaldo played 438 matches and scored 450 goals for the Spanish club. With Real, he also won four Champions League titles, two Spanish Primera and two Copa del Rey.

The Portuguese left United in 2018, after which he wore the Juventus jersey for three seasons.

His current contract with Manchester United expires in the summer of 2023, but the compensation that Real should pay in a possible transfer would certainly not be a problem for its realization.

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