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Well now he has shown his true loyalty.

 

Premier League - United accept world record Ronaldo bid

Eurosport - Thu, 11 Jun 09:55:00 2009

 

Manchester United have accepted a world record £80 million bid for Real Madrid for Cristiano Ronaldo.

 

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Cristiano Ronaldo: The full saga

A statement on United's official website read: "Manchester United have received a world-record, unconditional offer of £80million for Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid.

 

"At Cristiano's request - who has again expressed his Desire to leave - and after discussion with the player's representatives, United have agreed to give Real Madrid permission to talk to the player.

 

"Matters are expected to be concluded by 30 June. The club will not comment until further notice."

 

United have finally caved in to persistent interest from Real in the reigning Ballon d'Or and World Player of the Year.

 

The Portuguese international has repeatedly said it is his 'dream' to play for Real Madrid, who are finally set to get their man following the recent return to the club presidency of Florentino Perez.

 

It continues the explosive start to Perez's second term at the Bernabeu, with Brazilian star Kaka having signed from Milan for £58m on Monday evening.

 

Ronaldo joined United in 2003 and scored 118 goals in 292 appearances for the club, netting 26 times in 2008/09 as the Reds retained their Premier League title and reached the Champions League final.

 

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Sorry started topic in the wrong section. Can Mods please move it thank's

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My heart is broken... But at end of the day, no one , no one not even Ronaldo is bigger than MANCHESTER UNITED FC

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Sorry started topic in the wrong section. Can Mods please move it thank's

 

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To be honest at £80m I am not surprised. £50m for Ribery and a nice £30m profit :GoldenSmile1:

 

I also like to say that despite the fact I cant the little git (or big git now) its a loss for the Premiership as he is a world class footballer.

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Transfers - Cristiano Ronaldo: The full saga

Eurosport - Thu, 11 Jun 10:04:00 2009

 

A blow-by-blow account of the Cristiano Ronaldo transfer war between Manchester United and Real Madrid.

 

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27 January 2007 - Sir Alex Ferguson: "We sell players we want to sell and there is absolutely no way Cristiano Ronaldo is leaving."

 

29 January 2007 - Ronaldo: "I know about Real Madrid's interest but I cannot speak about it. I have discussed the matter with Alex Ferguson and Carlos Queiroz and they have prohibited me from talking about Real Madrid."

 

6 February 2007 - Barcelona vice-president Ferran Soriano says the club have the funds to buy Ronaldo: "Barça can sign anybody they want in economic terms; the only limit is common sense."

 

9 February 2007 - Ferguson: "When [Real and Barcelona have] got a big game they can fill their grounds but they don't fill it every week. Old Trafford is full every week."

 

15 February 2007 - Sporting Lisbon's former youth-team coach reveals that Real Madrid turned down the chance to sign Ronaldo in 2003

 

16 February 2007 - Ferguson says he is confident that United will hold on to Ronaldo: "I am very confident. Very, very confident."

 

19 February 2007 - Internazionale president Massimo Moratti declares his interest, with the Serie A champions tipped to table a £35m bid.

 

8 March 2007 - Ronaldo: "Everyone knows that I love Spain. I would like to play in Spain one day. However I am happy here at Manchester. If I don't leave now, if I leave in two, three, four, five years, I would be happy. I am at a great club."

 

21 March 2007 - Ronaldo: "I consider myself a United footballer who is playing well and trying to help the team. If things keep going well, I want to stay here. I'm not a Galactico. I'm only thinking about United and I want to stay here for more than two more years."

 

13 April 2007 - Ronaldo pens a new five-year contract, saying: "I am delighted. I spoke with Sir Alex and [chief executive] David Gill about my future and everyone knew that I wanted to stay. I am very happy at the club and I want to win trophies and hopefully we will do that this season."

 

22 April 2007 - Ronaldo wins both PFA Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards.

 

11 January 2008 - David Gill: "There's no chance of us selling him. Absolutely no way, whatever the money."

 

22 January 2008 - Ronaldo's mother says she could "die happy" if her son moves to Real.

 

23 January 2008 - Real sporting director Predrag Mijatovic: "I see it as an impossible signing. Of course it would not be bad for us to have a player like Cristiano Ronaldo, but he is at a great club like Manchester United."

 

2 April 2008 - Real coach Bernd Schuster: "In these types of things it is best to be realistic. Cristiano Ronaldo right now is a ten out of ten, the best in the world. But I don't see Manchester United as being in the business of selling."

 

2 May 2008 - Ronaldo is voted Footballer of the Year - only the second player to win the award in successive seasons since its introduction 60 years ago.

 

11 May 2008 - Real say they are willing to pay 120 million euros (£100m) for Ronaldo.

 

16 May 2008 - Ronaldo: "I have said a thousand times that I have one dream - to play in Spain. Sometimes your dreams don't come true but I dream, I still dream, and I am happy at Manchester United, but the future? Nobody knows."

 

20 May 2008 - Gill: "He's got four more years until 2012, he's been with us for five years and we're sure he'll be with us for many years to come. He's clearly one of the best players in the world and he's at a great club, winning trophies."

 

23 May 2008 - Ferguson condemns Real's lack of moral fibre, comparing them to former fascist dictator General Franco: "Do you not think we've had much interest from the big clubs in Europe about our best players? Of course we have, but they don't get into the nonsense Real get into. They've no moral issues at all. They think that they can ride roughshod over everyone, but they won't with us."

 

27 May 2008 - United threaten to report Real to FIFA over their attempt to buy Ronaldo, condemning their behaviour as "totally unacceptable" just hours after Real coach Bernd Schuster describes Ronaldo as: "The big priority for the club."

 

5 June 2008 - Ronaldo: "I would like to play for Real Madrid but only if it is true they are ready to pay what Manchester United ask of them. However, it does not depend on me."

 

6 June 2008 - Ronaldo's mother claims her son will stay at Old Trafford next season. "He is fine where he is," said Dolores Aveiro. "The future only God knows, but what is sure is that he is going to continue in England."

 

7 June 2008 - United captain Rio Ferdinand urges Ronaldo to stay, saying: "I want Ronny to stay and help us win more. We want to achieve things because we can. You can't stand still."

 

9 June 2008 - United make an official complaint about Real to FIFA.

 

11 June 2008 - Madrid president Ramon Calderon insists that he will not be put off Ronaldo by any asking price.

 

16 June 2008 - FIFA ask the Spanish Football Federation to keep their eye on Real Madrid.

 

19 June 2008 - Real Madrid say they are waiting for Ronaldo to make the first move that would allow them to start negotiations with United.

 

19 June 2008 - The 23-year-old tells reporters after Portugal's 3-2 Euro 2008 quarter-final defeat by Germany that there was a strong possibility he would leave Old Trafford.

 

20 June 2008 - United reiterate that he is "not for sale" in a statement.

 

21 June 2008 - Ronaldo describes a move to Real as "a dream" and "a step forward", and says he does not mind if he upsets Ferguson: "It is my decision. It is what I want. I don't know what I have to say to him. I have to say what I want and what I think."

 

22 June 2008 - Real boss Bernd Schuster claims he woud pay 100 million euros (around £80 million) to seal Ronaldo's move.

 

5 July 2008 - Real president Ramon Calderon admits that Ronaldo is "likely to stay" at United as any move would require "Manchester to want it".

 

7 July 2008 - Ronaldo undergoes surgery on his ankle in Amsterdam. Calderon, meanwhile, claims that: "If I was Manchester United I'd be happy and proud to be able to negotiate such a transfer for one of my players. Everything would be a lot easier if United realised that they could pull off the transfer of the century."

 

9 July 2008 - FIFA President Sepp Blatter says United should let Ronaldo leave, claiming their refusal to sell him equates to "modern slavery".

 

10 July 2008 - Ronaldo says he "agrees completely" with Blatter's remarks comparing him to a slave, adding that he has no idea where he will be playing next season.

 

13 July 2008 - Portugal's national team doctors confirm that Ronaldo will not play for 12 weeks as he recovers from ankle surgery.

 

18 July 2008 - Sir Alex Ferguson claims Ronaldo will definitely stay at United following talks with the winger in Lisbon.

 

20 July 2008 - Ronaldo says his future is still undecided despite talks with Ferguson, saying: "I don't know about the future."

 

22 July 2008 - David Gill reminds anyone who has spent the last two years in a coma that Ronaldo is not for sale.

 

5 August 2008 - Real sign of Dutch international midfielder Rafael van der Vaart from Hamburg. Calderon implies Real have given up on Ronaldo by saying: "He [Van der Vaart] is the first and almost certainly the last signing we will make this season." Hours later, Ferguson says: "The matter is closed now. He is a Manchester United player, it's finished."

 

7 August 2008 - Ronaldo confirms that he will stay at United, saying: "Before rumours emerge saying that I will play against my will, I want to make this clear - whoever says or writes that is lying. I will play for Manchester with all my heart and soul. I will fight and honour that shirt with the same commitment and dedication as always." But Ronaldo refuses to rule out a future move to the Bernabeu.

 

8 October 2008 - Real Madrid forward, Ruud van Nistelrooy says he is confident Ronaldo will be joining next summer. The former Manchester United man says, "one day Ronaldo will join us. This could happen next summer, or the one after,"

 

2 December 2008 - Ronaldo wins the Ballon d'Or.

 

10 December 2008 - Real Madrid manager, Bernd Schuster, states his belief that Ronaldo will be joining them next summer, "I think that next year it is going to be a little more complicated for his club to retain him. There is hope that next year he could be with us, you need to do everything possible because this player is worth it,"

 

11 December 2008 - Ramon Calderon says that the Ronaldo transfer saga has all instigated by Ronaldo. "The player said he wanted to come here, a dream to come to Real Madrid and we received and we were happy to know that. After that I talked to Manchester but David Gill was very clear and said they didn't want to sell at all. We want to have a good relation with all the big clubs in Europe and Manchester is one of the best and I like to have a good relationship with them forever, and they said for the moment no."

 

18 December 2008 - Real Madrid director Pedro Trapote reveals that Real Madrid has already signed Ronaldo. But they cannot officially announce it due to contractual reasons. Despite this, he states: "If you are asking me what we are going to do now then I would tell you that we have already signed the best player for the summer. The best of the best. It is Cristiano, there is no other. It is best to not say anything because there are some clauses that prevent us from announcing it now. For us it would be a good time, but we should not do that."

 

1 January 2009 - Ronaldo says the situation has all been a lie and accuses people of lying about his situation: "What people are saying now is not true. Who says that is a liar because I am happy at the club, I want to stay here. I feel at home here. I feel very happy here."

 

8 January 2009 - Ronaldo crashes his £200,000 Ferrari 599 GTP Fiorano in a tunnel near Manchester airport.

 

14 January 2009 - Alex Ferguson states that Ronaldo: "Owes a lot to Manchester United for nurturing and encouraging him in the proper way at the right times."

 

16 January 2009 - Ramon Calderon quits as Real Madrid president following allegations of vote rigging. Florentino Perez (he of the Galactico era) becomes the favourite to take over and rumours begin to circulate that the signing of Ronaldo will be on Perez's list.

 

17 February 2009 - Acting Real Madrid president, Vicente Bolouda reiterates his club's confidence that Ronaldo will come to the Spanish capital. "I am convinced we will see him at the Bernabeu."

 

21 March 2009 - Fernao Sousa, Ronaldo's godfather, encourages him to leave Manchester United, thinking Real will make him an offer he can't refuse: "The mistake last year was to speak about Madrid so much. This year hardly anyone is saying anything and it is certain the transfer will go much better."

 

6 April 2009 - Ronaldo told to stop being a wuss by double Olympic champion, Usain Bolt. Interestingly, the Jamaican believes that he needs to behave more like Wayne Rooney.

 

18 April 2009 - Ronaldo is happy and wants to win more trophies with the Red Devils. "I am very happy here. I want to win more trophies here. At the moment I think I am at the right club. And I want to win trophies next season as well."

 

5 May 2009 - Manchester United have a reported bid of £60 million bid for Bayern Munich's Franck Ribery rejected. Is this a hint that they are lining up a replacement for Ronaldo.

 

10 May 2009 - Ronaldo reacts angrily to being substituted by Alex Ferguson against Manchester City

 

12 May 2009 - Spanish newspaper, El Pais, reports Ronaldo and Manchester United have signed agreements on the deal.

 

27 May 2009 - United lose the Champions League final 2-0 to Barcelona prompting Ronaldo to describe Ferguson's tactics as "not good".

 

2 June 2009 - Newly elected Real president Florentino Perez describes Ronaldo as a "model" signing as reports emerge the Spanish club will pay him £20m if they FAIL to sign him in the summer.

 

11 June 2009 - United confirm they have accepted an £80m bid for Ronaldo from Real Madrid, saying the player asked to leave Old Trafford.

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United only paid £12 million so £80 Million for Ronaldo is good business, if you ask me, and Fergie is no fool he must have a replacement lined up to replace him.

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Ronaldo has been a good servant to Man Utd and a bit like when Patrick Vieira was playing for us, it was inevitable that money would talk one day. Having the same speculation very summer is boring and unsettles the other players in the squad.

 

Man Utd getting £80m for ONE PLAYER they bought for £10m is good business in any climate. I'm not sure if Ronaldo's and Kaka's signings for Real Madrid will help them catch Barcelona - that's what Real really want now and is one of the reasons why Perez got a 2nd term as Real's President. Barca's Spanish League, Cup and Champs League treble will take some beating, even for Real Madrid so they're going back to the "Galactico" policy. For the other clubs, it now puts transfer prices up by another 20-30 percent. They'll have to be renamed "Real MAD-drid" - Mental.

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I for one dont understand what the big fuss is about.

The guy is employed by ManU,and have done a great job this far(and i am sure that even before this transfer,manU have got there money worth).

Now he feels that it is time to move on and take employment for another "company", just like so many of us has done in our own careers,and we will sure do it again.

 

And yes,i my self is a Man U supporter,but i cant hold any grudge against the lad.

Only thing to do(Imho) is to wish him luck.

 

Ps.And as stated before,NO player is greater then Man U.

 

Ok,Maybe Cantona was :GrinNod1:

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The inevitable happened. As much as he will be missed one player does not make a team and £80 million is excellent business for United. Ronaldo was fantastic for us for six years and I just want to remember what he achieved and move on. If his heart is not really in it and it is his dream then good luck to him.

 

With £80 million United can rebuild their team very well. It's time to replace the deadwood in the likes of Nani and buy two world class midfield players (one of which to be the anchor man in a Keane type role) to replace Giggs and Scholes. But who is out there who can fill these positions? Don't forget we have Hargreaves to come back from injury too. I think we should get rid of Berbatov and use this money to buy another striker too.

 

What I'm more worried about is the implications that a transfer like this has on football and how far it is going to go before these ridiculous wages that the players earn get capped. Money has ruined football and I don't think it will be long before the big teams in Europe break away to form a super league.

 

Good luck and thanks for the memories Ronaldo.

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Good ridance to a fuckin cheat.

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He had a great season last year, but nothing special this year. Personally I think he is over rated. Maybe now Teves might be kept and Rooney will flourish.

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he judist man utd at the end of this season he said that fergie was like a 2nd father to him and manchester was his home,then he goes and gets a transfer to madrid. i am a man utd fan and i know it was ronaldos dream to play for madrid but he should of told the supporters at the end of the season he wanted to leave!

 

it was a excellent fee he went for thats 1 good thing that came out of it and with 80m for tranfers united can strengthen there squad and will breeze next season without ronaldo,fergie will bring in valencia and tevez and hopefully another 2 players.

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I wont be surprised if Real Madrid will have another go on Manchester United player, Wayne Rooney because Raul is getting past sell by date age..... and Van the Man Nistelrooy is injury prone... If Madrid buys Rooney, They will win everything next season...

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The inevitable happened. As much as he will be missed one player does not make a team and £80 million is excellent business for United. Ronaldo was fantastic for us for six years and I just want to remember what he achieved and move on. If his heart is not really in it and it is his dream then good luck to him.

 

With £80 million United can rebuild their team very well. It's time to replace the deadwood in the likes of Nani and buy two world class midfield players (one of which to be the anchor man in a Keane type role) to replace Giggs and Scholes. But who is out there who can fill these positions? Don't forget we have Hargreaves to come back from injury too. I think we should get rid of Berbatov and use this money to buy another striker too.

 

What I'm more worried about is the implications that a transfer like this has on football and how far it is going to go before these ridiculous wages that the players earn get capped. Money has ruined football and I don't think it will be long before the big teams in Europe break away to form a super league.

 

Good luck and thanks for the memories Ronaldo.

 

Good post.

 

I think it was an excelent deal for united. They got fantastic value out of a £12.5 mil player. Would united have won the last two Titles without his goals?

 

£80 Million is just to good to turn down. Especially as its a straight £80Mil. A lot of these deals are paid in instalements, have some of the payments triggered by milestones (50 caps, 10 goals, international games etc) or try and makeweight with offering players the otherway instead of money. Just look at how liverpool tried to 'pay' £15mil for Garth Barry.

A straight £80 mil in the bank is fcking amazing.

 

Sure united are pissed about the way Real Madrid tapped him up, but they would have accepted the offer regardless.

 

£80 mill is to much money to have tied up in one player.

You can buy newcastle for £100 Mill, or best offer.

 

If he's out for the season and never the same again thats a huge loss.

 

United will buy a bunch of decent young players and hopefully develop the next ronaldo.

 

Does Ronaldo have what it takes to thrive in a galaxtico's evironment? We'll have to wait and see.

He seem to have a lost interest a bit in playing for united.

If he does a ronaldinho then united have done fantastic business.

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This is fukin insane!!!!!!

 

West Ham, the entire club, were sold last week for a round 100 mill and Newcastle are on the market for the same amount. These sales would include not only the players, but the ground, all assets, training ground etc. not to mention the history, tradition, fanbase, and massive annual TV income.

 

Which would you rather have?

 

Was a larf though on Sportscentre though yesterday. Video footage of Ronaldo shopping in L.A. with 5 or 6 minders to carry his bags. Always thought shopping was a girl's game, and never knew it was so dangerous you needed that amount of muscle to be safe.

 

Sort of confirms what an arrogant, self-important, ignorant, out of touch, little pratt the guy is.

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Some good points here.

IMO

The boy wanted to go so he is best gone.

70 Million Pounds is amazing & good business for Man Utd.

Will they miss him well yes may be.

The over all thing is Man Utd now have the money to add to a squad & rebuild in much needed areas like midfield where there is no general and some of the 86 boys are now old men.

It will also give them the cash to purchase a striker as last season they did not score to many goals.

Another big plus is Wayne Rooney may now get to play in his proper & correct position and not be out on the wing to no real value just a waist.

Ronaldo at 70 million is a joke in some ways but its the economics and endorsments that make it worth the money for Real Madrid.

Also they will be more attractive to football watchers around the world as they have the pretty Boy on board & he does create vast interest world wide.

He wanted to play for them as they were his team when he was a boy.

Ferguson needs to buy the correct men & add some real class.

Fergusons record in the market place has been poor of late with some players not working out to good or sick notes.

Barcelona showed just how poor Man Utd are in May & lets face it if Gus had been at Chelsea all season then I do not think Man Utd would have won The leauge.

Even Liverpool could have won the Leauge if Benitez had played Stevie G more with Torress.

Ferguson has to build on top of some team but he has to get it right as the money & debt is mounting at Old Trafford with the Glazzers loan.

IT will be interesting to see who he signs this summer.

Today in the press I see Ronaldo was with Paris Hilton last night in Hollywood, lucky fucker.

He is Camp & may be a George Michael time will tell but he is not the best player in the world by along way.

Messi & indesta are better for starters & I also score more per season than all of them put together when I am shooting in Pattaya. LOL.

My last point is Man Utd are not far away from needing a new manager IMO.

I love football but just around the corner there is some melt down to come & clubs need to remember the Banks & Leeds Utd.

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Ok,Maybe Cantona was :Dance1:

 

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How can blame them, £80m you cant turn down. If he gets injured there fucked.

 

Overated, primadona, nowhere as good as George Best in my view.

 

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How can blame them, £80m you cant turn down. If he gets injured there fucked.

 

Overated, primadona, nowhere as good as George Best in my view.

 

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correct! nobody will never be better in that number 7 shirt than george best was ronaldo couldnt lace george bests boots,george got kicked all over the pitch and still managed to stand up ronaldo gets a small touch and hes down like a big girl!

 

real madrid want there 80million back for ronaldo which they payed man utd,they have recently found out you can get big girls blouses in primark for £4!

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- they both make loads of money by selling their cunt.

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