Sky Sports: Ronaldo could return to Manchester United

 
Sky Sports: Ronaldo could return to Manchester United
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Great news for Manchester United fans could be on its way:

Cristiano Ronaldo is unhappy at Real Madrid, according to Spanish media.

Now Sky Sports reports that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Real Madrid this summer and his priority is to return to Manchester United.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner is unhappy that promises over a new contract have not been kept and is ready to call time on his glittering nine-year stay in Spain's capital, Sky Sports writes.

The 32-year-old Portuguese has scored amazingly 422 goals in 418 matches for Real Madrid.

According to the British media, a signing of Neymar is Real Madrid president Florentino Perez's "obsession", and the back-to-back European champions will make their move to land the Brazilian superstar from Paris Saint-Germain after the World Cup this summer.

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