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Cristiano Ronaldo Wanted to Leave Manchester United

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Sunday, 14 June 2009 21:37
Cristiano Ronaldo - Manchester United

The coach of Manchester United, Alex Ferguson, said the protracted Cristiano Ronaldo intends to leave the team was the main reason for his transfer to Real Madrid, which took an unprecedented price.

Both teams are preparing to finalize the change by 80 million pounds (131 million dollars) before the end of June, one year after the United ostensibly had foiled an offer for the whole Spanish Portuguese flyer.

He wanted to go, as simple as that, said Ferguson, quoted by the British weekly Sunday Mail was going to go sometime. We did well to keep the entire time.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Player of the Year by FIFA, in 2003 signed a contract for 12 million pounds (19.6 billion dollars) with Sporting Lisbon when he was a promise of 18 years.

If completed the signing with Real Madrid, the Portuguese player will be the second major engagement of Florentino Perez as the new president of the team merengue, after the purchase of Brazilian star Kaka to Milan for 92 million dollars.

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