Sir Alex Ferguson would see a very good eye on the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United. This is what Marcello Lippi entrusted to the Sun.
The manager of Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson has kept a very good memory of Cristiano Ronaldo. Cristiano Ronaldo who did discover his son made today the happiness of Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid had spent 6 years in Manchester for 292 games played and 118 goals scored. According to Marcelo Lippi, unemployed since he no longer trains the Italian selection, his friend Sir Alex Ferguson would like to see the Portuguese prodigy under his command. He would have liked to align it in the starting 11 of Manchester against Bercelone this weekend in the Champions League final
The world champion coach in 2006 with Italy thus evokes CR7 in an interview given to the Sun: we both think he is an uncommon attacker. It can evolve brilliantly on both wings, or as an advanced attacker. The historical manager of the Reds Devils would have entrusted to his Transalpine counterpart that he was “quite open to a return of the Portuguese prodigy to the north of England”. Even if Ronaldo asks himself a few questions despite his very good season on a personal level, the transfer remains very unlikely if not impossible when we know the debt of the English club. And Ronaldo today is minimum 120 million euros and a salary of 1.5 million euros per month.