On Friday, Manchester United revealed that they have reached an agreement to re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus, with the transfer dependent on personal terms, a visa, and a medical examination.
He is returning to his club, where he won eight major titles from 2003 to 2009, where he won an international title as well. It was reported that British and Italian media suggested United will sign Ronaldo for £25 million (about $35 million USD) over the course of two years.
By joining Juventus in 2018, Ronaldo signed on to score 100 million euros ($117.90 million) at Real Madrid with the goal of winning an elusive Champions League trophy. With 101 goals, two league crowns, and a Coppa Italia to his credit, he has made his mark in Turin.
Before signing a then world record 80 million pounds move to Madrid, the 34-year-old became the best player in the world, as well as winning the Ballon d’Or, with Manchester United alongside the team laurels.
Multiple media outlets reported on Thursday that Ronaldo’s agent, Jorge Mendes, had reached an agreement with Manchester City to sign him to the Premier League champions.