Reports coming out of the transfer market say that Manchester United have signed Cristiano Ronaldo as the striker makes a return to England after 11 years.
The 5 time Ballon d’Or winner, was reported to have made his desire to leave Italian giants, Juventus, known, with clubs like Paris St Germain and Manchester City top contenders to land the striker.
Manchester City seemed likely to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, but were reluctant to spend so much on a player who would turn 37 by February.
Earlier today, Cristiano Ronaldo left the training ground of Juventus, after saying goodbye to his teammates, sparking rumours about his next destination.
Ronaldo is expected to sign a two-year deal with Manchester United, subject to being granted a visa and passing a medical, with United agreeing to pay €20m for the striker, excluding bonuses.