Manchester United is ready to take an extra measure at bringing Cristiano Ronaldo back home.
The Premier League champions are convinced they can capitalise on the uncertainty at Real Madrid to have the Portuguese star back to the club he left in 2009.
According to the Sun, the Red Devils are willing to offer £65 million in a player-plus-cash deal, to land the 28-year-old club hero, whose memory stays fresh among the Old Trafford faithfuls.
Real has already made an alternative plan for the possible exit of the forward in bringing in Tottenham Hotspur’s Gareth Bale for £80 million, while Ronaldo is adamant to sign a new contract with only two years left on his current deal.
The Madrid outfit is aware they can’t afford to let the player’s present contract run down and now is the right time to cash back on the forward.
It has also been revealed that Ronaldo has put his house up for sale in Madrid and chose not to play in Real’s final game of the season due to his fall out with Jose Mourinho.
United has made contact with the player’s agent Jorge Mendes, and a possible reunion with Old Trafford pals, which Ronaldo still misses, is in progress.
When Sir Alex Ferguson retired, Ronaldo’s tribute signified how much he had missed his mentor.
Notwithstanding, the star fancy a return to David Moyes’ fold and United will be ready to make him and Rooney joint top earners on £250,000 a week. Though Paris St Germain will be ready to top that up, but Ronaldo, just like Mourinho, is in the pursuit of happiness and all roads head back home for the forward.