Manchester United, one of the English Premier League teams, has reconnected former footballer Cristiano Ronaldo to his colors after 12 years.
In the statement made by the England team, it was noted that an agreement had been reached with the black and white club for the transfer of the 36-year-old footballer who played for the Italian team Juventus.
While the ‘Welcome Home’ message was shared on the Manchester squad’s social media account, it was stated on the website that everyone at the club was anxiously awaiting Ronaldo’s return.
It has been reported in the press that the British representative has offered € 25million to Juventus and a two-year contract to Ronaldo for the transfer.
Ronaldo, who has won the Ballon d’Or for player of the year 5 times, has won more than 30 trophies, including 5 UEFA Champions League championships and 7 championships in the English, Spanish and Italian leagues.
Transferred from Sporting Lisbon in 2003, Ronaldo played 292 games in all competitions and scored 118 goals in his six seasons with Manchester United.
The Portuguese star has won 3 Premier League championships, 2 League Cup, once Federation Cup, Community Shield, UEFA Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup with Manchester United.