After an intense couple of days at the transfer window, it has finally been confirmed where Cristiano Ronaldo will spend the upcoming season.
The former Real Madrid forward has been confirmed to play for his former club at Manchester.
Ronaldo returning to Manchester had been almost certain but it was the city that had almost signed the Juventus forward.
In the end, however, former United manager Alex Ferguson himself intervened to not let one of his students slip to the hands of the rival club.
Manchester United gave in the final bid for the Real Madrid star confirming that the player's return to where he started.
Alex Ferguson is praised for his great role as a manager in Manchester United and especially in the development of Cristiano Ronaldo as a player.
Ronaldo joined Manchester Back in 2003 when he was just 18.
He won nine trophies in total at United under Sir Alex Ferguson, including three Premier League titles and the Champions League, before joining Real Madrid in 2009.