Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Old Trafford for 'One last dance' with Manchester united Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Old Trafford for 'One last dance' with Manchester united

Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Old Trafford for 'One last dance' with Manchester united

Ronaldo and Manchester United

Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has surprisingly returned to Manchester United for the last dance, thanks to Sir Alex Ferguson. 

Manchester United have confirmed the return of Cristiano Ronaldo after rumors of superstar's move to the rival club were in circulation. This return has made this transfer window, the best transfer indow ever in footballing history with two of the biggest superstars in football, changing their clubs in same transfer window.

Rumors of Ronaldo's transfer to Manchester City sparked outrage among United fans yesterday, but according to some sources, legendry coach Sir Alex Ferguson persuaded the superstar to return to Manchester United instead of rivals. Manchester City then changed their minds and decided to end the transfer negotiations.

'Why Cristiano left Juventus immediately?'

Cristiano, 36, abruptly left the Italian giants, saying his goodbyes to his teammates and boarding a private plane. Nobody knew where Ronaldo was going or which club he would play for in the future at the time, but one thing was certain: he would join a Manchester-based club.

Ronaldo, who told Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri on Thursday that he wanted to leave the Turin club, was expected to join United's rivals City, but Sky Sports reported that the Premier League champions had decided against doing so.

Ronaldo's aim was to win the Champions League with Juventus when he moved to Old Lady in 201 from Real Madrid but he failed to win single Champions League trophy in three years. ronaldo was frustrated with the club's performance despite his 30 goals per season. Juventus had signed number of big name players to support Cristiano but their managerial blunders have failed to setup a proper team around Cristiano.

He realized that this club is not heading towards the right direction with 3 manager changes in his 3 years stay at the club. Regular changes of managers has caused Ronaldo to make a transfer decision if he wants to end his career on a high.

'Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer news delivered by Allegri'

The drama began when Allegri said Ronaldo informed him of his decision to leave the club on Thursday, speaking ahead of Juve's Serie A match against Empoli this weekend.

"Cristiano told me yesterday that he no longer intends to play for Juventus," he said at a press conference.

"As a result, he won't be called up tomorrow." He did not train the day before. This morning, he told his teammates. I'm not surprised by anything; in football, there's a market and there's individual needs.

"He made his decision." "Life goes on," he says.

'Cristiano Ronaldo's emotional but short farewell message for Juventus fans' 

Later on Friday, Ronaldo, who spent three years in Turin and won two Serie A titles and a Copa Italia trophy, posted a farewell message to Juventus fans on his Instagram handle.

He said, "Today I leave a wonderful club, the largest in Italy and undoubtedly one of the largest in Europe. I gave my heart and soul to Juventus, and I will love Turin until the end of my days."

'Ronaldo's transfer fee and contract details have been revealed ahead of return to old trafford'

The fee for Ronaldo was reportedly 15 million euros up front, with an additional eight million euros added on, according to the BBC. He will sign a two-year contract worth 480,000 pounds ($660,048.00) per week, according to Sky Italia.

'Manchester United's stocks boosted and website crashed by Ronaldo's arrival' 

Ronaldo's return sparked such excitement among United fans that the club's website crashed shortly after the deal was announced, while the club's stock price rose nearly 7% to $18.47. Moreover Cristiano's announcing post has broken all previous engagement records on Twitter by gathering millions of likes.

'Cristiano Ronaldo's Manchester United career is set to restart with a second spell'

From 2003 to 2009, Ronaldo spent six seasons at Old Trafford, winning eight major trophies and the Ballon d'Or as the world's best player in 2008, before joining Real Madrid for a then-world record fee of £80 million.

In the 2007-08 season, he scored 118 goals for United and won the Premier League Golden Boot, helping the Old Trafford club win their last Champions League title.

Manchester United's strength in the Premier League and in European competitions would undoubtedly be strengthened by Crsitiano's return. United, who already have star players such as Pogba, Fernandes, Cavani, and others, will now fancy their chances of winning the English Premier League title this year after signing Cristiano Ronaldo.

It's great news for all Premier League clubs and boards, as they will have the opportunity to compete against the best player in the world, which will undoubtedly increase the competition's viewership.

After all this drama, we can say that Cristiano Ronaldo has returned for 'One Last Dance' at Old Trafford. 

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