“Bet won and sure success”

Before Real Madrid President Ramon Calderon has reviewed the signing Cristiano Ronaldo are from Manchester United. He called the transfer a “winner bet”. Real Madrid spent a whopping 94 million euros in the summer of 2009 to bring Cristiano Ronaldo to the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s record transfer put him under the microscope, but the Portuguese has thrived under pressure in Spain. Ronaldo was Real Madrid’s horseman in shining armor for nine long seasons, helping Los Blancos win four Champions League titles and two La Ligas. During his Real Madrid career, Ronaldo scored 451 goals in 438 appearances, becoming the club’s all-time leading goalscorer.

Manchester United — 130 Real Madrid — 450 Juventus — 101 Sports — 5 Portugal — 115 801 goals and more for Cristiano Ronaldo 😤

Started as a left winger, Ronaldo gradually becoming a world-class goalscorer at Real Madrid. He can score goals in his sleep, often saves long shots, and high-pressure penalties aren’t a big deal either. From 2009 to 2018, Ronaldo was the perfect talisman for Real Madrid, having won four Ballon d’Or in the process.

Current president Florentino Perez hailed Cristiano Ronaldo as his miracle transfer. However, Calderon often insists that it was his board of directors that finalized the deal. Calderon has stated that he must convince Manchester United to let Ronaldo go, but admits CR7’s determination is crucial in closing the deal.

Talking to Mundo Deportivo in Italy, Calderon called Ronaldo’s Real Madrid transfer a surefire success and the club’s cheapest success.

He say:

“Based on the results obtained, both individually and collectively, bringing Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid was a win-win and an unquestionable success. But I have no credit, I did what anyone What president would have done in my position It was a success It was a unique opportunity that we couldn’t afford to miss and although Manchester was not easily convinced, the player’s decision was made things so much easier. United were outrageous, but hey, it turned out to be the cheapest goal in our history.”

Cristiano Ronaldo could be a Real Madrid player in 2008

Without Sir Alex Ferguson, Cristiano Ronaldo would have ended up at Real Madrid a year earlier than he started. In 2008, Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon publicly said that one day Ronaldo would be a Real Madrid player, which angered Ferguson.

Sir Alex Ferguson told Cristiano Ronaldo in 2008: ‘I’d rather shoot you dead’ than make a deal with Real Madrid.

According to his autobiography, Ferguson convinced Ronaldo to stay for another year and said he would only let him go for a record fee the following year. Florentino Perez replaced Calderon as president and Real Madrid came to United with a world-record offer for Ronaldo. Ferguson fulfilled his promise when he approved the deal and let the Portuguese go to Madrid in the summer of 2009. “Bet won and sure success”

Aila Slisco

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