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Question Time?

The day Manchester United sold Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid was the day our bank balance received a massive cash injection.

Mutterings were made about everybody having their price and the sale reaffirmed that point.

But, and we`ve no doubts about this, Cristiano will always have a soft spot for Manchester United and this morning one article, in the Sunday media, reckons that he`s yearning for a return to the Premier League.

Three Premier League clubs are mentioned as possible destinations - us, Manchester City and Chelsea.

Which begs us to ask the questions;

1 - Should you ever go back?

2 - Would United have the kind of cash needed to bring him back?

3 - Would Ronaldo signing for City be a real kick in the nuts?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday February 5 2012
Time: 11:20AM

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If Ronaldo really was willing to leave Real, which I think is just another BS story by the press, United should break the bank to get him back. He is still loved by all United fans, and being one of the best in the world, he would undoubtly increase our level. Yes it would a servere kick in the nuts if Ronaldo was to join City, it woud be heartbreaking, it would litterally make me physical ill. If he really wants to leave, I say bring him the hell back..
nordkap
05/02/2012 13:14:00
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No brainer if we could get him then yeah go for it!!
TheFamousNo7
05/02/2012 13:19:00
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