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Manchester United officials watch Ronaldo

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Manchester United officials Phil Neville and Steve Round watched Cristiano Ronaldo play against Netherlands in Portgual last night.

David Moyes is pushing to make the former Old Trafford star his first marquee signing since taking charge at the club.

United coaches Neville and Round visited the Algarve Stadium to watch the 28-year-old play for his national side, when Portgual took on potential future teammate Robin van Persie's side.

Ronaldo earned a draw for Portgual, scoring a late goal to make it 1-1 amid reports suggesting that Antonia Valencia ditched the number 7 jersey to open the door for the Real Madrid star's return.

Valencia, who was requested by Sir Alex Ferguson to wear the ironic number last season, was seen wearing his old number 25 jersey in Community Shield win over Wigan last week.

Ronaldo's contract with Real Madrid runs until 2015 and he is yet to commit his long-term future at the Santiago Bernabeu.

While, Manchester United are reportedly preparing a mega bid to lure him back to Old Trafford this summer.

 

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