When did Ronaldo go to Old Trafford?

He joined the United on August 27. Manchester United unveiled Cristiano Ronaldo at the club’s home Old Trafford on Thursday, 9 September 2021. In a video posted by the club on their official social media accounts, Ronaldo emerges from the tunnel in his iconic No.

How many seasons did Ronaldo play at Old Trafford?

six seasons
Cristiano Ronaldo started Manchester United’s Premier League game against Newcastle United at Old Trafford on Saturday. Ronaldo, 36, spent six seasons at United between 2003 and 2009, winning eight major trophies and scoring 118 goals.

What year did Ronaldo go to Manchester United?

Ronaldo joined Man Utd from Juventus in the 2021 summer transfer window on August 27 for £12.85 million. The Portuguese was given the number 7 shirt as Edinson Cavani agreed to switch to 21. Shirt sales following the transfer were such that they broke records.

Did Ronaldo go to Manchester United?

Cristiano Ronaldo has signed for Manchester United for a second time, it was confirmed on Tuesday, after joining from Juventus. The deal is a two-year contract with the option to extend for a further year, subject to international clearance.

Why did Ronaldo return to Manchester United?

Meanwhile, Manchester United had the funds to sign him — and pay his hefty wages — and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer liked the idea of a veteran goal scorer who could add oomph to the attack as well as serve as a role model to younger players.

How many seasons did Ronaldo play for Manchester United?

Cristiano Ronaldo

Personal information
2003–2009 Manchester United 196
2009–2018 Real Madrid 292
2018–2021 Juventus 98
2021– Manchester United 30

How old was Ronaldo when he joined Man Utd?

“He joined us when he was 16 years old,” Glazer said of Ronaldo, who actually joined United from Sporting Lisbon when he was 18.

When did cr7 leave Man U?

There was no indication then that Cristiano was contemplating an exit – but that all changed on 11 June 2009 when United announced he had “expressed his desire to leave” and that Real Madrid’s world record £80m offer had been accepted. Less than three weeks later, the transfer was concluded.