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While Cristiano Ronaldo left Juventus one year from the end of his contract, José Mourinho reacted to the return of the Manchester United legend, like his AC Milan counterpart Stefano Pioli.
Cristiano Ronaldo suddenly left the Juventus nearly a week after raising a rant on social networks about the rumors following one another about his future in the press. Finally, Cristiano Ronaldo would have agreed with his now ex-coach Massimiliano Allegri in order not to start the meeting facing theUdinese last Sunday, wondering about his future. The days that followed were the feast of speculation with the PSG and Manchester City having been two concrete options for Jorge Mendes, his agent, according to Sky Sport. And while City seemed to be very close to securing his services, it was Manchester United who won the stake on Friday after reaching an express agreement with Juventus to pay a little less for the last year that was left on his contract, i.e. a transfer fee of € 22 million including bonus according to Fabrizio Romano.
Ronaldo welcomed with open arms in Manchester
In the wake of the announcement of the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo To Manchester United, several players from Red devils ignited on their accounts Twitter respective. Whooping cough of Mancunian supporters, Bruno Fernandes posted the following message. “Agent Bruno? Welcome back to the Cristiano house ”, before writing in another tweet. ” Never stop dreaming “. When Jesse Lingard for his part published: “Viva Ronaldo”. Whether it be Raphael Varane Where David of Gea, many of them reacted to this news. And in Italy, the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo also made talk this Saturday during various press points.
“If Juve are happy, if Cristiano are happy and United are happy then this is the perfect deal”
These last hours, Stefano Pioli appeared in front of the press as part of the reception of Cagliari Sunday. And according to the coach of Milan AC, the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo was unexpected to say the least. “Cristiano Ronaldo? An unexpected start, but from there to saying that the hierarchies change I don’t think so, there are 7 very strong teams, it will be a fight to the end ”. Appointed coach of the Roma these last weeks, Jose Mourinho was also asked about the surprise transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo To Manchester United. And with regard to this choice, The Special One was pragmatic. “The only thing I’m saying that seems basic and logical, if Juve are happy, if Cristiano are happy and United are happy then it’s the perfect deal. There is no need to talk about Cristiano. He has been making history for 20 years, there is nothing to comment on. The Scudetto? A question for Simone Inzaghi, not for me ”.