Going to Real Madrid with a record breaking transfer of £85 million from Manchester United. However his Record breaking transfer for 85 million is now beaten by fellow team mate Gareth Bale. He has certainly showed more of himself after being with Manchester United! He's become one of Portugal's best players with the likes of Luis Figo being one of the best.
There were speculation Ronaldo was looking to leave Real Madrid to go back to Manchester United but that never became confirmed. He has officially signed a new long term deal which will keep him at the club till he is 33/34! He's the sort of player you should be happy you have in your team for the long term future! I am sure Real Madrid are over the moon they have kept him at least till 2018!
He has had a amazing career for Manchester United and Real Madrid many think he should be the best player in the world but with Messi being out of this world it is hard for him to be able to beat him! But apart from Messi hes one of the deadliest players to come against, he will make sure your error will become a massive problem for your team which his quick feet and his dribbling, he's got superb footwork!
Since arriving from Manchester United Ronaldo has had some personally records with the multi-million pound spenders. He has scored the most goals in a season in all competitions with 60 goals. Most goals scored in a single La Liga season with 46 goals. Most goals scored in a single UEFA Champions League season with 12 goals. Most hat tricks in a single season with 7 hat tricks. He is also the fastest Real Madrid player to reach one hundred league goals.
He has now officially scored more goals than he has played this is a massive achievement but can he keep it up? can he stay positive ratio? He certainly looks like he can with a hat trick against Galatasaray in the UEFA Champions League.
Ronaldo career statistics
Sporting CP: 31 Apps, 5 Goals
Manchester United: 292 Apps, 118 goals
Real Madrid 204 Apps, 206 Goals
Total: 527 Apps, 329 goals
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