Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a return to the English Premier League (EPL) with reports that he is weighing up the option ahead of the coming summer transfer window.
ESPN broadcaster Christian Martin has revealed that the Red Devils have approached the former Real Madrid star for a possible return to Old Trafford next season as they believe he has an unfinished business at the club.
Cristiano Ronaldo has an existing contract with Italian Serie A outfit Juventus until 2022 but should he accept to quit, the Turin club will be left with no option than to sanction his sale.
According to the broadcaster, the Portuguese star will fancy a return to Old Trafford as he dreams of the old memories but that will only happen by a big effort from the Red Devils to be able to convince Juventus as well as pay his asking fee.
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Juventus are currently battling some financial situations as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. That is enough reason to let go of the Portuguese star to take off the burden of his weekly wage.
This might be an opportunity for Man United to bring back Cristiano Ronaldo to the club as efforts to have him replaced with Depay Memphis failed while an attempt to bring in England international winger, Jadon Sancho from German Bundesliga outfit, Borussia Dortmund in the summer failed.
There is no doubt about what Cristiano Ronaldo has to offer Man United if he joins the club with pundits agreeing to the fact that he can still play actively for the next two to three years but he cannot be as effective as he used to be because of the age factor.
Cristiano Ronaldo has set a record in England by winning the World Best Player award as a Man United player and no Premier League star has been able to achieve that feat since he left.