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Mirror: Ronaldo could return to Real Madrid this summer

 

Mirror: Ronaldo could return to Real Madrid this summer   Next summer's transfer window could see the return of current Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo to his former team Real Madrid.    There are doubts about Ronaldo's future at Old Trafford, despite his first season with the Red Devils, the club he left in 2009 against Real Madrid in a record deal.


Mirror: Ronaldo could return to Real Madrid this summer


Next summer's transfer window could see the return of current Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo to his former team Real Madrid.


There are doubts about Ronaldo's future at Old Trafford, despite his first season with the Red Devils, the club he left in 2009 against Real Madrid in a record deal.


The Mirror reported that Ronaldo could make a surprise return to his former team Real Madrid this summer, with the Spanish royal increasingly keen to reunite with the Portuguese star.



Rial has expressed growing interest in reuniting Ronaldo


  1. whose contract with United extends
  2. for the next season
  3. with an extension clause for an additional year.


The Real may give Ronaldo a way out of Manchester United


who have become heavily threatened with not qualifying for next season's Champions League, but if the royal club fail to include their primary target, France's Kylian Mbappe.


United are preparing to make many changes to the squad with Dutchman Eric Tin Hague taking charge of the club from next season, and there are doubts about the role Ronaldo will play with the new manager.


Ronaldo 


  • returning to play in the Manchester United shirt for a second time
  • during the last summer transfer window
  • was coming from Juventus


and the 37-year-old


striker is offering an impressive season, despite United's fluctuating level and results.


Since returning to Manchester, Donne has scored 23 goals, including 17 in the Premier League, making him the top scorer.


Ronaldo is Real Madrid's historic top scorer, scoring 450 goals between 2009 and 2018.





Ronaldo cries after Brentford confrontation

and sends "vague" message


  • Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo shed tears after the end of his side's match against Brentford in the Premier League football.
  • The Red Devils secured a wide win against their guest Brentford with a white hat-trick in the match that brought them together at the close of the 35th round of the Premiership.
  • Ronaldo participated as a staple and shone by scoring a goal that was cancelled out, and he scored a second penalty 61 minutes.
  • Ronaldo's tears fell and he appeared to wave his hand to the fans at the Theatre of Dreams at Old Trafford as Manchester United's final home game of the season.


The Portuguese appeared to say goodbye to the English club's fans

just one season after his move to United.


According to Sky Sports, the 37-year-old Ronaldo told cameras after the end of the game saying goodbye to the players: "I'm not done yet."


Ronaldo could leave United's stronghold next summer, and the prospect of a move to Paris Saint-Germain or a return to Real Madrid.