Cristiano Ronaldo has truly come back to Old Trafford to stay and stay for good. The five time Ballon d'or winner was absolutely on another level and his involvement in the game gave the squad the huge boast. Manchester United were once again United with the presence of their legend Cristiano Ronaldo who score the first goal of the game and the second goal in the second half.
Cristiano Ronaldo netted a brace in a superb 4-1 victory over Newcastle to mark his Old Trafford homecoming in a style and fires Manchester United to the top of the Premier League. Today was undoubtedly about one man, Ronaldo, so it would be easy to forget three points were at stake at Old Trafford.
Hi everyone and welcome to today's #TransferCentre as we bring you all the news, updates and gossip from around the world, so strap in tight and make sure you do not go anywhere! 📌 Right, let's kick things off this morning with a quick roundup of the biggest stories making today's back pages as Philippe Coutinho is reportedly offered to Everton on a one-year loan as Barcelona look to offload the former Liverpool star. 📌 Andy Carroll and Javier Manquillo are 'close' to signing new long-term deals w