Cristiano Ronaldo’s homecoming to Manchester United is priced at an eye-watering £2,500.


Cristiano Ronaldo’s homecoming to Manchester United is priced at an eye-watering £2,500.

It won’t be cheap to see Cristiano Ronaldo make his Premier League comeback in person…

Cristiano Ronaldo’s first Manchester United match since his return to the club is selling for more than £2,500 on the internet. Ronaldo is expected to make his second debut against Newcastle United next Saturday, with fans eager to see it live at Old Trafford.

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Ticket touts are profiting from Cristiano Ronaldo’s sensational comeback to Manchester United ahead of the Premier League match against Newcastle.

Should he acquire a Visa in time, the 36-year-old is expected to make an impact following his £19.6 million move from Juventus.

Supporters are paying outrageous rates for tickets on resale platforms, with some tickets going for more than £2,500.

The website Live Football Tickets is now selling more than 200 tickets ranging in price from £250 to £699.

Stubhub, an American business, is selling lower-tier seats for £2,514 to people who want a decent view of the action.

Unsurprisingly, Old Trafford is sold out for the 3 p.m. kickoff, but unofficial shops are cashing in on the excitement surrounding Ronaldo’s comeback.

The Portuguese legend joined Real Madrid for £80 million 12 years ago and has since gone on to become a five-time Ballon d’Or winner.

He is anticipated to retake the number seven shirt from Edinson Cavani, who will most likely inherit Daniel James’ number 21 shirt following his £30 million move to Leeds.

Ronaldo has voiced his desire to play in front of the “special” Man United fans once more ahead of his return to Old Trafford.

“Well, fans are the key to football,” Ronaldo said on the club’s official website.

“Now, with all the stadiums packed with fans, it’s not the same as it was a year ago, when we had empty stadiums.

“The fans are crucial, and I’m grateful for it. Manchester United supporters are unique, as I know from personal experience.

“I know they’re still singing my music, which makes me even happier.

“My commitment is to offer everything I have on the pitch, as I have in the past, and to try my hardest.

“I expect to see them very, very soon to help the club score goals, create assists, and win games.

“I have a lot of experience with this.” Brinkwire Summary News


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