Ronaldo Will Never Forget Manchester United
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo says he will not forget Manchester United. His experience at Old Trafford has turned him into a player like now.
Ronaldo revealed this when interviewed by his former team-mate at Man United, Rio Ferdinand.
“I came, I did a fantastic season, I keep improving in every season,” said Ronaldo told Marca.
“It was a great experience and I have never forgotten the Red Devils,” he added.
Ronaldo is in Man United in the 2003 to 2009 season. With the team nicknamed The Red Devils, the Portuguese player won three English League titles and one Champions League title.
Success with the Red Devils, in 2009 Ronaldo decided to move to Santiago Bernabeu, the headquarters of Real Madrid, a place where he has collected three Champions League titles and two La Liga titles up to now. He also expressed his admiration for Real Madrid fans.
“When I landed in Madrid, I started to feel a great atmosphere, I think it was the day because there were so many people coming,” he said.
“All these guys are coming here just to see me, it’s a big surprise to me and that’s a great thing,” added the former Sporting CP player.
Ronaldo also revealed the reason for moving to Spain. He claimed he wanted to find a new challenge to show his quality as a player who can make a difference.
Earlier this season Ronaldo performance in the Spanish League event is not so good. Having missed four first-leg matches due to a five-match domestic ban following a refereeing action in the Spanish Super Cup, the 32-year-old also has not scored in three matches after returning from the penalty.
Performance in the event La Liga is inversely proportional to the action in the Champions League. Of the two games that dilakoni, winning four Ballon d’Or title is already packing four goals.