Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Manchester United in an unexpected circumstance. After the deal is finalized, many major newspapers around the world are in a similar mood.
The unthinkable "twist" of superstar Cristiano Ronaldo astounded the British press. The return of Ronaldo to the MU shirt is a special topic that appears on the front pages of all major newspapers.
The role of Sir Alex Ferguson and Rio Ferdinand is highlighted in the DailyMail newspaper.
According to a DailyMail newspaper article, Manchester United officially bought Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus in a contract worth 19.4 million pounds, just hours after Ronaldo negotiated with Manchester City. The article's content emphasizes the importance of Sir Alex Ferguson and former midfielder Rio Ferdinand in persuading Ronaldo to return to Manchester United.
In addition, the article revealed details of Ronaldo's recruitment process at MU, which revealed a scenario that few expected. From Ronaldo's decision to join Man City to MU's confidence in a 19.4 million pound offer. Ronaldo will earn approximately £ 480,000 per week over the course of his two-year contract.
The return of Ronaldo has piqued the interest of the British press
The Express newspaper described Manchester United's reunion with Ronaldo as a terrifying blow to other European rivals. The author examined Ronaldo's significant impact on current world football, as well as the fact that MU will benefit both professionally and commercially as Ronaldo has won five Golden Ball titles in total.
The Marca newspaper was taken aback by MU's assertiveness
In addition to the British press's surprise, some major international newspapers had to admit that this was a deal that no one had predicted. “Official: Cristiano Ronaldo to return to Manchester”, said the Marca newspaper in Spain.
According to the article, the appearance of MU appears to be late when Ronaldo is negotiating with Man City. The fact that CR7 chose to return to MU, on the other hand, demonstrates the allure of this summer's transfer market.
The reunion of Ronaldo and coach Solskjaer surprised a leading French newspaper.
L'Équipe, the leading French sports newspaper, shares Marca's opinion, stating that Ronaldo joining MU is not in any transfer experts' calculations. Even the prospect of Ronaldo donning a Man City shirt has been long-awaited.
As Ronaldo "returns home," La Gazzetta Dello Sport is concerned about the future of Serie A
The state of the international press at the moment is one of surprise. Even the leading Italian sports newspaper, La Gazzetta Dello Sport, did not expect Ronaldo to return to his former club, Manchester United. This daily newspaper is also concerned that Ronaldo's presence in the Premier League will diminish Serie A's appeal and influence.