Star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo on Tuesday (September 31) rejoined Manchester United from Juventus on a two-year deal after dedicating the move to his mentor Alex Ferguson, announcing that he is back.
United announced that they have agreed a deal with Juventus bring the 36-year-old back to manchester Last week, the transfer is now complete after the Portuguese forward passed a medical, secured a visa and agreed on personal terms.
“Everyone who knows me knows about my never-ending love for Manchester United. The years I’ve spent at this club are absolutely wonderful and the path we’ve built together has been this great and wonderful.” The history of the institute is written in gold letters.” He wrote on Instagram.
“It’s like a dream come true, when I went back to play against Mann. United, and even as an opponent, have always felt such love and respect from the supporters in the stands. “
Juve stated that the transfer fee was agreed to be 15 million euros ($17.74 million) and eight million euros in performance-related add-ons as Ronaldo returned to the club, where he won eight major trophies from 2003–2009.
“My first domestic league, my first cup, my first call to the Portuguese national team, my first Champions League, my first Golden Boot and my first Ballon d’Or, they all stem from this special relationship between me and the Red Devils. Were. , “ Added Ronaldo, who spent the last 12 years winning trophies at Real Madrid and Juventus.
“History is written in the past and history will be written again! You are mine!
“I’m back where I am. Let’s do it one more time… Sir Alex, it’s for you.”
Ferguson signed Ronaldo in 2003 when he was a teenager, and British media reported last week that Scott had convinced Ronaldo to return to United.
Ronaldo has often spoken about his time at the club and has previously described Ferguson as a “father in football”.
The club responded to the post, saying: “Welcome home, Cristiano.”
The showman returns to his Theater of Dreams.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) September 1, 2021
Ronaldo is set to join the side after the international break and could make his debut on 11 September, when he hosts Newcastle United, if he returns unblemished from his duties with Portugal.