Ronaldo Pushes For Real Madrid Return After Fallout With Manchester United! (Details)

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Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly pushing for Real Madrid return after the Manchester United fallout, MySportDab reports.

The wantaway Manchester United striker has clashed with Manchester United hierarchy following his bombshell interview with Piers Morgan.

Manchester United have begun the process to ripped apart his contract and have started by tearing off his large mural at Old Trafford.

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Despite the negative reaction that greeted the interview with Piers Morgan, Ronaldo has cut a relaxed figure going to the World Cup with Portugal national team.

Before departing to Qatar, Ronaldo was pictured signing autographs and cheerfully taking pics with his fans.

However, the 37-year-old knew has shut the door of Old Trafford against himself following the explosive interview and may not likely return to the team.

According to the sports, Ronaldo has “offered himself” to Real Madrid after his fallout with Manchester United and is looking to replace injured Karim Benzema with a six-month contract in view.

The French World Cup squad was dealt a significant blow when it was confirmed that Karim Benzema is ruled out of the World Cup following an injury.

Also concerned about Benzema’s injury is Real Madrid, who are closely monitoring the progress and fitness of the Ballon d’Or winner.

The sports confirmed that Ronaldo is keen on “deputizing” for Benzema on a six-month contract following the injury.

However, Real Madrid are reportedly not keen on bringing in a new striker despite Karim Benzema’s injury.

Ronaldo’s chances of returning to the Santiago Bernabeu will depend on Real Madrid’s transfer decision in January.

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