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When Is he going to wave good bye to Man United

When Is he going to wave good bye to Man United

Ok, so this is really becoming a war of supremacy between Real Madrid and Manchester United. Apparently Manchester United consider itself the biggest club in the world behind Real Madrid and if they do allow Ronaldo to leave for Real Madrid, then that would mean that Real Madrid has beaten Manchester United again for the best player in the world.Not only is Manchester United’s wrong, its also a bit emotional so to say. Firstly Manchester United are not the biggest club in the world behind Real Madrid. I think Barcelona, Ac Milan and arsenal are tied at the second spot with Manchester United.

Manchester United is also of the opinion that signing C.Ronaldo is just a ploy of Real Madrid in trying to knock off Manchester United’s competition for the world’s most marketable club and most popular club.If C.Ronaldo is to leave for Real Madrid, then that would also give out the message that Manchester United isn’t big a club to hold star players like Cristiano or Beckham ( in thepast)who was also sold to Real Madrid.

So Manchester United has made this, a pride thing for itself to not let go of Ronaldo.I hope Manchester United succeed in holding Cristiano off Real Madrid because I do not think Cristiano is worth it but when I am told, what it would mean if C.RonaldocomestoReal