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Ronaldo Transfer Completed

Ronaldo Transfer Completed

Manchester United have announced that they have finalised the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese will join Real Madrid for a world record fee of 80 million. He's signing a six-year contract worth some obscene amount of money.

He'll be officially a Real Madrid player once the transfer window opens on July 1. His United career ends on that day and he will be presented on 6 July at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Goodbye and good luck!



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Writer:Zae
Date:Friday June 26 2009
Time: 9:00PM

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He's a great player and as long as we don't play madrid, I hope he does well. He was rightly crowned the best player in the world last year and he did it in our shirt. Whatever he goes on to achieve, our club can be proud that we played a part in that. Even if he is a complete *****, he was our ***** - and he played a major part in what will go down as one of the most successful periods in our history.
tuscan3000
27/06/2009 01:04:00
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Goodbye Ickle Ronnie!
JT_daniel
27/06/2009 03:53:00
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I thought Ronaldo had refused the "obscene amount of money" Fergie had offered him.
Sindbad
27/06/2009 05:49:00
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seems to be a horrible character to me, better off without him, one minute he pledges allegiance, the next he causes trouble and wants out again. He dived too much and had no respect for his fellow professionals with those stupid step overs etiher!
The Fear
27/06/2009 10:13:00
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Goodbye and good luck,u will surely require that at real circus.Hope we never see u again.
abmtd
27/06/2009 13:54:00
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From my perspective it will be fascinating to see how you adapt without your primary playmaker. Who will step up?
RadioactiveD
27/06/2009 14:32:00
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Time to get Silva from Valencia.
Kanchelskis
27/06/2009 16:19:00
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Ronaldo was the difference between you'll competeing & actually winning the titles you won. And w/o Tevez too this year, i feel it will be a dry year for sure. Don't think you'll will win any title this year.
ZeeNut
28/06/2009 09:01:00
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Personally I think we have just as much chance as anyone else next season. Its a tight league and the likes of City aren't making it any easier for any of the top 4; but Ronaldo was not Xavi. He would get the ball and score because he took more shots than any other player in the league. His assists record speaks volumes about how much of a "playmaker" he was. No other winger will ever score as many goals for us as Ronaldo did; but anyone who honestly thinks Rooney and Berba aren't capable of vastly improving their goal scoring tally is a fool. Better service, a chance to take penalties and the motivation to prove themselves in Ronaldos absence will take those two up a level for sure.
tuscan3000
28/06/2009 14:31:00
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You mean how Ronaldo will adapt without his primary playmaker(s) RadioactiveD? Because individuals at Madrid won't make a team and without the setting up of goals from the likes of Carrick and Rooney will he be as good?
Man utd champions
29/06/2009 18:54:00
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