Christiano Ronaldo has been a goal scoring machine ever since he started playing professional football. Currently at thirty six years old in Juventus,he is still the top scorer of the season at the moment. Reports claim that Christiano Ronaldo really loves Manchester United and that he will be happy to rejoin his former team.
According to Gazzetta Dello Sport ,Christiano Ronaldo is ready to accept a pay cut inorder to return to the red devil's. The striker is ready to accept a deal that will make him earn 20 million euros a year. This could be a huge boost to Manchester United who have been struggling in the striker choices. Ronaldo will be out of contract on the summer of 2022 and therefore pushing for his signature could be a little bit easy.
These news were received so positively by Manchester United fans on Twitter who have really appreciated the strikers' love of the club. Some say that young players will now have a chance to learn from him.
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