Man Utd offer to agree £330,000 a week terms to sign playmaker – Report

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Manchester United sold Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid in 2009. 12 years on, the Portuguese superstar might end returning to Old Trafford. He has been linked with a move back to the Red Devils ever since he left the club. The question is, will he finally return?

If the latest reports in the media are anything to go by then the future of the Seleccao star, who netted two goals in the opening Euro 2020 group game vs Hungary yesterday, is up in the air and Man Utd have offered him a contract.

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According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport (via Sport Witness), Man Utd have offered to agree terms worth 20 million euros a season i.e. £330,000 a week to re-sign the 36-year-old, who is still performing at the top level for both the club and the country.

The Italian news source have claimed that currently, the former Real Madrid superstar is earning a salary of 31 million euros a season and believes that he can still get the same package elsewhere, so he will take time to make the final decision.

On the other hand as far as Juventus are concerned, it is stated that the Bianconeri could look to secure a deal with the 20-time English champions that would see French midfielder Paul Pogba returning to Turin.

Ronaldo featured in 44 games in all competitions for The Old Lady last season and directly contributed in no fewer than 40 goals (36 goals and 4 assists). Not only that, the veteran superstar was named the Attacker of the Season by the Serie A.

After the scoring a brace in the European Championships yesterday, he has become the leading goal-scorer in the history of the competition. So, even at 36, he has the quality improve any attack in the world and he will amplify the offense at Old Trafford if somehow Ole can get his signing done.

In your opinion, should Man Utd agreed a deal to bring Ronaldo back?


  1. Cristiano Ronaldo is still a great player and will offer good service wherever he goes.But should Manchester United go for him with such high weekly wages of 330,000 pounds and inflate their wage bill, even though his transfer fees may not be high. With Edinson Cavani already staying, the youngsters like Mason Greenwood and Shola Shoretire and other Academy hopefuls will be deprived of opportunities to play and develop. So United will always be caught in this trap of going for famous names and unable to allow their new talents to develop and mature into future stars for the club. Really pathetic.

  2. sorry to say, but no matter who’s or what players are coming into man utd,
    OGS isn’t the man to take them over the finishing line, be no silver ware won at OT this season, to bring in TOP TOP CLASS players ,you need to have a TOP TOP CLASS MANAGER,
    as for RONNY he is only going to be there for the money, due to the fact of his age

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