Real Madrid tell Cristiano Ronaldo he can rejoin Man Utd as transfer terms are set - claim

Posted Saturday, June 02, 2018 by

Real Madrid tell Cristiano Ronaldo he can rejoin Man Utd as transfer terms are set - claim
Real Madrid will allow Cristiano Ronaldo to return to Manchester United

REAL MADRID have reportedly told Cristiano Ronaldo he is free to rejoin Manchester United - as long as they meet Florentino Perez’s transfer terms.

Real Madrid star Ronaldo is being linked with an emotional Manchester United homecoming once again.

The 33-year-old seems to be on the verge of returning to Old Trafford every year.

However, a United transfer could finally happen with several factors working in the Red Devils’ favour.

Firstly, speaking after Real Madrid beat Liverpool to win the Champions League last Saturday, Ronaldo said: “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.”

Ronaldo’s Real Madrid future has also grown more precarious following Zinedine Zidane’s exit.

And Spanish outlet Don Balon say club president Perez is open to letting the player go.

However, any United return will not come cheap.

It is said they must fork out a huge £175million to sign the player for a second time.

Whether Jose Mourinho opts to pay that remains to be seen.

But, if Ronaldo is on the market, then United fans will want their club to enter the bidding.

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."

Attention: Third parties may advertise their products and/or services on our website.7M does not warrant the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of their contents.
Your dealings with such third parties are solely between you and such third parties and we shall not be liable in any way for any loss or damage of any sort incurred by you.