That’s the verdict of former Premier League ace Clinton Morrison, who says fans would go “doolally” if the deal happened.
Cristiano Ronaldo is widely regarded as one of the world’s best players ever and has five Ballon d’Or awards to back it up.
He’ll be hoping to stake a claim to win his sixth by guiding Real to Champions League glory against Liverpool tonight.
Ronaldo won the first of his Ballon d’Or awards with United and fans have long-dreamed of the 33-year-old returning to Manchester.
Morrison has now offered his take on the chance of Ronaldo making an Old Trafford comeback in the future.
“I think Man United fans would be going doolally,” Morrison told Express Sport, when asked if Ronaldo could return to United this summer.
“If that happens my kids would be happy because they love Man United. They’ll be over the moon and if Ronaldo goes I’ll probably have to start going getting them a season ticket.
“But it would be what every Man United fans’ dream for him to go there. And I think Cristiano has got a lot of love for Man United.
“They were the club that made him what he was and Sir Alex Ferguson. So it could happen. There’s a big possibility it could happen.
“If he wants to move, I think the one team he will go back to is Man United. And with him in the team, that’s how they do become a different animal and a different team because he’s one hell of a talent.
“People might say: ‘Ah, he’s over 30’ but he still produces. When the big games come, he produces week after week after week. That’s why he’s one of the best in the world.”
Ronaldo has scored 15 goals en route to Real Madrid’s fourth Champions League final in five years.
And plenty of Manchester United fans are backing him to put their arch-rivals Liverpool to the sword in Kiev.
Liverpool have their own hotshots on show too, with Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino bagging 29 Champions League goals between them this season.
Salah’s form since moving to Anfield from Roma last summer has seen him talked up as a Real target.
Morrison doesn’t think the Egyptian will be tempted to leave Liverpool if Real come calling though.
“Nah, I can’t see it,” Morrison added, when asked if he can envisage Salah going to Real.
“You just never know, because in football money talks. But I can’t see him going, I think [after] the job Klopp’s done with him.
“Salah’s done the majority of it himself but without his team-mates and without the players that he’s had around him and [Roberto] Firmino, who doesn’t get a lot of credit but he’s been outstanding, and [Sadio] Mane, I don’t think he’d have been able to score all of those goals.
“I think Klopp’s got the best out of him. Because when he came to the Premier League before, I know he didn’t play as much, but didn’t have that impact that he’s had this season.
“And if Liverpool go on and beat Real Madrid and win the Champions League then he’ll probably stay there. But I know what people are like, and as a footballer, you get that one opportunity to go to a massive club like Real Madrid, you do think twice about it.
“But me personally, I’d stay at Liverpool because I think what Klopp’s got going there is starting to become unbelievable. Maybe in another year’s time Real Madrid still want him and he’s had another terrific season then that might be the time to move on.”
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