Cristiano Ronaldo to return to former club, report
Portuguese international and Juventus star Cristiano has been tipped to have a return back to the Old Trafford after manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he would be happy to have him as a Man United player again.
It is 10 years since the world best player left the Red Devils to join Spanish La Liga outfit Real Madrid in a record deal of £80 million in 2009. He did well to have won four Champions League titles with the Los Blancos.
It was a surprise to many when Cristiano Ronaldo made the decision to leave Real Madrid to join Italian Serie A outfit Juventus for another record deal of£100 million.
However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who has been handed the Red Devils job on a permanent deal after impressing as an interim boss. Has been given the mandate to return the club to glory days as well as a challenge for titles in England and Europe.
This is only possible with the presence of good players and Cristiano Ronaldo as long as his personal rival Lionel Messi is not bad for the former Red Devils forward.
However, the first assignment for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to do is to ensure a top-four finish or win the Champions League this season.