Manchester United are being linked with an incredible £65million-plus-player offer for Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Sun claims the Red Devils ‘are convinced’ they can capitalise on the uncertainty surrounding the player at Real Madrid, and bring him back to Old Trafford.
The paper reports that David Moyes will offer £65million plus a player to bring the 28-year-old back to the Premier League, and that the Portuguese winger is keen to make the move.
Ronaldo left Manchester United back in the summer of 2009, moving to the Spanish capital for a world record £80million fee.
Madrid are already making contingency plans for life after Ronaldo, according to the paper, with Welsh winger Gareth Bale on the La Liga outfit’s radar.
The arrival of Ronaldo would be a major coup for Moyes, who is looking to make his own mark at Old Trafford after replacing Sir Alex Ferguson at the helm.
The Scot has a thankless task replacing the club legend, but the arrival of Ronaldo would be a major springboard on the road to potential future success. Sponsors Nike could also be involved in making the deal happen.