Cristiano Ronaldo transfer rumors finally came to an end. Ronaldo finally joined the old camp So called Red Devils Manchester United after putting an end to all speculations. The 36-year-old Portuguese star’s return to Manchester United for two years, surpassing Real, PSG and Man City, is a dramatic event.

Ronaldo old picture in Man-City

Ronaldo, who left Real three years ago, had another one-year contract with Juventus. Last year there were rumors about whether or not to stay in Turin, but nothing was confirmed. Talks of his transfer were decided after visiting Real Madrid and PSG in Man City two days ago. City also finalized a two-year deal with Ronaldo’s agent and a 15 million euro salary after failing to wait for Harry Kane. However, Pep Guardiola’s side did not agree to pay the transfer fee for the Portuguese captain.

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Juventus, meanwhile, have made it clear they will not leave him without a ribbon. Juventus refused to pay the fee so that Man City did not contact with them. Manchester United came to the scene dramatically. The Glazer family, which owns the club, has asked legendary coach Sir Aleppo Ferguson to talk to Ronaldo. Soon after, Ronaldo began talking to the former coach and quickly began paperwork at Old Trafford. That is how Cristiano Ronaldo transfer process Continued.

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Ronaldo-Juventus to Man-City rumor

Ronaldo, meanwhile, said goodbye to Juventus team-mates in Turin, with- Massimiliano Allegri saying CR7 had told him to leave the club. A couple of hours later, Manchester United sent an official offer to Juventus to buy Ronaldo. According to Italian media, the English club has offered a transfer fee of 26 million euros. But whatever the fee, the good news for Ronaldo is that he is returning to the club, where he first set foot outside his home country, in the city where he spent six years before moving to Real Madrid!

He joined Manchester United in the first leg in 2003 and scored 117 goals in 292 appearances for United in the jersey until 2009. Ronaldo joined Real Madrid from Manchester United. From there, the Portuguese superstar returned to United after a long 12-year tour of Juventus.