Man United and Man City have reached an agreement over Cristiano Ronaldo’s return, as Man City considers a controversial transfer.


Man United and Man City have reached an agreement over Cristiano Ronaldo’s return, as Man City considers a controversial transfer.

Cristiano Ronaldo, a Manchester United legend, is a major transfer target for Manchester City.

As things stand, Manchester United do not appear to be interested in competing with Manchester City for Cristiano Ronaldo’s signature. And it could be because of an arrangement they made with the Portugal international team in 2013. Before everything changed, the Juventus star appeared to be set to return that year, having agreed to return.

Ronaldo is closing in on a spectacular move to Manchester City, which would be a nightmarish scenario for United fans.

Despite the 36-year-success old’s since joining Juventus from Real Madrid in 2018, Juventus are open to parting ways with him.

Furthermore, Ronaldo wishes to travel.

Over the last few days, his representative, Jorge Mendes, has been in talks with City about bringing his client to the Etihad Stadium.

While United has been in contact with the Portuguese about a possible comeback, they do not appear to be interested in bringing him back.

Why? Their opinion could be influenced by the fact that their fingers were burned in 2013.

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Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement from United that year. They were also close to re-signing Ronaldo, who had left for Real Madrid four years before.

The Juventus player was left speechless after receiving a standing ovation during a Champions League match at Old Trafford, where he scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 triumph.

And he agreed to return, according to Patrice Evra.

In 2020, Evra told club reporters, “You know, you speak about the worst moments [in my United career], I would say maybe this is the one.”

“I remember a lot of media suggesting Ferguson might retire next year two weeks before that, and he responded, ‘Patrice, I will never retire.’ I’ll be here for another ten years.’

“Then he added, ‘My aim is that we will have Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale 99 percent of the time.’ All I need now is for these two guys to win the Champions League once more. Ninety-nine percent of the time.’


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“To be fair, I asked Cristiano when I spoke with him, and he replied yes to the boss and that he was coming.”Brinkwire Summary News”.


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