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The Living Legend Cristiano Ronaldo

Manchester United Fans are so excited to have Cristiano Ronaldo back to EPL and Manchester United to be precise.

Cristiano Ronaldo joined Manchester United from Sporting Lisbon in 2003, where he won 10 trophies, which includes an FA Cup, 3 Premier League titles and a Champions League and scored 118 goals including 84 Premier League goals and 15 Champions League goals. He then moved to Real Madrid for a world record of £80m in 2009.

The prolific attacker went on to score 450 goals in 438 matches for Real Madrid, which includes 311 in la liga, 105 in the Champions League, 22 in Copa del Rey, 6 in The Club World Cup, 4 in Spanish Super Cup and two in UEFA Super Cup.

He is the leading top scorer in Real Madrid history and second to Lionel Messi in La Liga's history. He is also the leading top scorer in the history of the Champions League with 134 goals. He won 16 trophies in his time at Real Madrid, which includes 4 Champions League.

In 2018, Ronaldo signed for Juventus for £88m, the most expensive transfer for an Italian club and the most for a player over 30 years.

He went on to score 101 goals for Juventus and won 5 trophies with them before returning home to Manchester United.

At age 36, there's still no sign of him slowing down. Manchester United fans should look out for him this season as he now hold the record for most international (111).

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