In the summer of 2003, Sir Alex Ferguson sanctioned the trade of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United from Sporting Lisbon in what was going to be one of the best transfers that the Scottish tactician would ever make for the most successful Premier League club. Now, once again, the time has come. Cristiano Ronaldo is in the Premier League! Yes, it’s true.
In his first spell at the theatre of a dream, Cristiano Ronaldo scored 84 Premier League goals, while he continually lighting up the stadium of English football with his tricks and flicks and some amazing moment that tempted Real Madrid to cough out them world record fee in order to secure his service.
However, after some successful spells at Real Madrid with personal accolades for what followed nine years. That filled with trophies on both local and intercontinental platforms with four Champions Leagues and series of Spanish Liga. The Copa Del Rey, and Spanish Super Cup also. Most importantly, winning four Ballon d’Or.
Moreover, after twelve years of action in Spain and Italy, the Portuguese legend has finally returned to where the making of the legend began. Though, coming back to Manchester United will foster a new challenge. And ensure that the red side of Manchester club is competition for glory on all fronts.
Furthermore, with Ronaldo, leading the Manchester United attacks, there are tendencies of the fact that the Red Devil might eventually win the Premier League. Of course for the first time since 2013 after the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.
In fact, Ronaldo coming back to the Premier League is beneficial only for Manchester United but for the league because the attacking manager is one of the most populous players if not the most n the current world of football.
Though, he has shared the podium with the Argentine wizard, Lionel Messi for more than 15 years at the apex of football while they both shared 11 Ballon D’or among themselves. However, with Cristiano Ronaldo coming back to the Premier League, it is as certain many football lovers that are yet to find Premier League fascinating would compel to have the taste of EPL
Although, many would argue that the fantastic player that just broke the international goal record held by Ali Daei for such a long time with 109 international goals is coming back to the Premier League with his telepathic relationship with goal and opposition threat.
Such a phenomenal player with the most professional football goal scores with 785 goals to his name on both international and club level has now come back to Premier League.
Definitely, something big is about to happen and according to sports and odds, it’s a bright return for Manchester United who has had their odds increase in the Premier League race. But what would his return bring for the league and Manchester United in general?
What Ronaldo return would bring for Manchester United?
For a team that has been far behind the sophistication of the neighboring club, Manchester City, further behind the eternal league rival in Liverpool and the Ballad of the new force of the English football in Chelsea.
Cristiano Ronaldo Is In The Premier League!
Manchester United have already fallen behind the shadow of what powerhouse it used to be in English football while winning 13 Premier League in Premier League first 20 seasons showed how far has Manchester United gone under the radar as they couldn’t the league since 2013, but came second on two occasions to their neighbor.
However, with Cristiano Ronaldo’s presence in the Premier League, there are tendencies of Manchester United scooping the award because of the fact that Ronaldo is coming to their rank as a proven winner who has won in all cadre of life he finds himself.
In fact, the former Real Madrid attacker is coming with goals that ensure a victory in a match with which of its consistent enough can bring more success to the club. Though his flicks and trick might not be as potent as they used to be in his first spell his goal poacher ability that has raised his bar will definitely suffice.
More so, Manchester United since the coming of the Norwegian tactician has been consistent with their rise in the Premier League log, while having the fourth position in his half-season, third in his first full season and second position on his second full season might transcend to winning the league with Cristiano Ronaldo in their rank.
Although, his presence may hamper the development of Greenwood and Rashford, who could be the future of the club. But having a proven goal scorer and winner to establish the return of the club to the powerhouse they once were can further propel the club to better glory in the future.
What Ronaldo return could bring to the League?
It is quite abstract to think of what Cristiano Ronaldo could bring to an already established league with a resounding structure and overwhelming fan base. Moreover, there is always room for improvement, even for the most perfect structure.
In the last five years! Manchester United may have been able to secure second on the Premier League log on two occasions, but the Premier has undeniably had two competitors within that time frame with which the United neighboring team, Manchester City have won the league on three occasions while Liverpool once.
Though Chelsea had an outstanding season with Conte in charge their re-emerging has shifted the competition in the league to three horse tussle. But with Ronaldo in United, the top four tussles that have Premier League its uniqueness since early 2000 could realign once again.
Though it was previously between Arsenal, Chelsea, United, and Chelsea. Even with the rise of Tottenham Hotspurs, Leicester City and the emergence of West Ham United, the race for the top has never been this fierce. But the Ronaldo factor could establish a resonance of past top four structures in the Premier League.
Beyond the competition improvement among the top guns in the league, There might be an increment in brand, viewership, and other entitlement that comes with having such a glamorous player plying their trade in the best league at the downturn of his career.
Without further ado, one of the greatest players to ever grace the beautiful game of football is back in the Premier League. And it’s no doubt that his presence will light up the league.