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MAN. UTD., Ferguson: "Ronaldo won't come back"

04.03.2013 07.19 by Marco Gori  read 2323
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As reported by Sky Sports, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has declared about Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo: "There hasn't been anything to encourage me to think Cristiano would come back here. As far as I am aware, there is nothing in it at all. Ronaldo has got two years left on his contract and it seems to me it is all part of the negotiations that are going on about a new deal".

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