- Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo could make a return to Manchester United
- The Portuguese hinted at a move following Real’s Champions League final victory
- His side defeated Premier League side Liverpool 3-1 in Kiev on Saturday night, May 26
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly agreed to a stunning return to Premier League campaigners Manchester United.
The 33-year-old current world best footballer could leave Real Madrid this summer with Manchester United supposedly in the mix for his signature.
The Portugal international hinted at a move away from the Bernabeu following Real’s 3-1 Champions League final victory over Liverpool on Saturday night, May 26.
Spanish news outlet, Diario Gol has made a huge claim by saying Cristiano Ronaldo has already agreed a stunning return to United.
In 2013, United were sure he would come back to lift the mood following Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement.
Upon learning David Moyes was taking over, however, he had a huge change of mind.
Similarly in 2015, The Red Devils again thought there was a chance Ronaldo would quit Real for an emotional return.
Sadly, Ronaldo instead used their interest to negotiate a huge wage increase.
However, Diario Gol report suggests the Portugal star has already given United his word, reaching a pre-agreement with his former club.
But that does not necessarily mean he will actually seal a huge return.
It further claimed Ronaldo also has an offer to leave from PSG.
The Ligue 1 giants are preparing for life without Neymar, who is on both Real and United’s radar.
Ronaldo could even swap places with the Brazilian.
And clubs from the MLS are also jostling to sign him, with Ronaldo admitting in the past he would be open to an American adventure.
Meanwhile, the Real Madrid superstar scored a side-volley similar to the acrobatic goal he netted against Juventus in the Champions League quarter finals first leg tie.
The 33-year-old was set up by a teammate in training as he threw his body to unleash a side-volley to score a fantastic goal.
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