Real Madrid tell Manchester United to pay £175 to
sign Ronaldo this summer
– Cristiano Ronaldo is free to join his former club Manchester United
– The 33-year-old led Los Blancos to their 13th Champions league title last weekend
– However, he is tipped to leave the Santiago Bernabeu this summer to seek fresh challenge at a new club
Real Madrid have reportedly informed Cristiano Ronaldo he could rejoin Manchester United but only on the condition that they conform with Florentino Perez’s terms.
The 33-year-old became the only player to have won five Champions League titles after leading Los Blancos to their record 13th UCL title in Kiev last weekend.
Though not among the goalscorers for the Galacticos in that game, Ronaldo stole the show by announcing that he is ready to tell the fans where his future lies in the coming days.
However, having won his fourth UEFA trophy at the Spanish capital since he joined them in 2009, Ronaldo is set for a sensational return to the Old Trafford with several factors working in the Red Devils’ favor according to Daily Express.
Reacting to Real’s UCL triumph over Liverpool last weekend, the Portuguese superstar said that: “In the next few days I will give an answer to the fans that have always been on my side.
“It was very nice to be at Real Madrid, in the coming days I will talk about it more.”
Then came comments by his mother, Dolores Aveiro, who said: “Convince Cristiano to sign for PSG? To be honest, it wouldn’t annoy me [if he did]. But I would prefer him to return to Manchester United.”
Meanwhile, with Zinedine Zidane’s shocking exit from the club this week, Ronaldo’s chances of staying is slim, while Don Balon claims Los Blancos boss Perez is open to letting the player go.
United must pay a huge sum of around £175 million to have the most successful Champions League player return to the club, it is unsure if the Mourinho will pay that amount for his former player.
Speaking in 2015, the Portugal international revealed he ‘loved’ his old team and their adoring fanbase.
“I’m very comfortable in Real Madrid, but I love Manchester United,” he told ITV.
“The future nobody knows. Right now I feel happy at Real Madrid.”