Pay per Head: Ronaldo does not rule out possibility of returning to Man U

Cristiano RonaldoBookies learned that Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo did not want to rule out the possibility of returning to Manchester United, and pay per head services would really like to see what the player will ultimately decide to do.

Price per head services known that Ronaldo, 29-years-old and very famous with fans and bookies, played at Old Trafford for five years before 2009, when making his then-world-record transfer to Real Madrid.

UK bookmaker services saw that Ronaldo has scored in five seasons an amazing 177 La Liga goals, and the player was able to break the record for the number of UEFA Champions League goals scored in a single campaign in leading Real to success last term in Europe’s premier club competition.

Despite his incredible record with Real, bookies and pay per head services saw that the FIFA Ballon d’Or holder was regularly linked with making a move back to United.

And even though UK bookmaker services saw that the player was coy on whether he could return one day to the Premier League, many bookies believe that he could very well be close to returning to the club where he once played.

“Well, of course, it was one of my favourite clubs, Manchester, everyone knows that every time when I speak about Real Madrid I should speak about Manchester United,” Ronaldo told MUTV.

“I loved it there, I was 18 years old, I won everything there.

And bookies all over the world are well aware of the strong link that the player has with the club.

“The people treat me like a god there, so I appreciate it and [in] the future, nobody knows.

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“Of course I’m happy at Real Madrid – it’s my home, it’s my club, but Manchester treat me unbelievable so we never know.”

Bookies and pay per head services can’t wait to see where Ronaldo will end up, and will closely monitor developments on the player and his future.