There is no doubt that Christiano Ronaldo will go down in history as one of the greatest players to ever grace the football field. The five time Ballon d'Or winner has won almost every trophy there is to win and has broken countless records wherever he plays.
After years away from the Premier League, Ronaldo made a sensational return to Manchester United in a move that shook the footballing world. This move has been lauded as one of the best by the English giants as it will play a vital role in returning them to their domination of English football.
However, it seems that not only Manchester United fans are excited by Ronaldo's return. The Queen of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II has loved Ronaldo's return and has even made A shocking request to the United player.
Ronaldo has become the first person to be requested for an autograph by the Queen. Reports claim that Queen Elizabeth has requested to be given the first United shirt signed by Ronaldo after his return to England.
This clearly shows the utmost respect granted to the 36 year old all time international goal scorer. The Queen also requested to be given 80 Christiano Ronaldo's shirts to be stored in the palace.
Seems like Ronaldo will continue breaking records wherever he goes. Do you think he will win titles with United?
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