's cookie policy has been updated. Our website has been developed in a way to allow you to read all our articles even when cookies are disabled but third party cookies may be placed on your machine to track your use of our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive these cookies, alternatively, click "TELL ME MORE" for more information including opt-out instructions.

LATEST NEWS 11:37 Would Harry Kane Thrive Overseas? He is one of the hottest properties around in English football and rumours persist that he is high on Real ... 15:45 Mauricio Pochettino admits draw against Liverpool is a fair result Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino admits this afternoon's 1-1 draw against Liverpool was a ...

Arsene Wenger insists: Olivier Giroud is not just a substitute here at Arsenal Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes striker Olivier Giroud can still be an asset in his squad this season. The Frenchman has struggled to enjoy regular first team football at the... - Read article
Arsene Wenger admits Top Four finish is difficult for Arsenal Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says a Top Four finish will not be easy to achieve for his side despite a vital 2-1 win away at Middlesbrough. The Gunners are currently sixth in the... - Read article
Arsene Wenger explains when striker Lucas will be back in action Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says he has no new injury concerns after the mid-week draw at home against Paris Saint-Germain. Defender Hector Bellerin and midfielder Santi Cazorla are... - Read article

Manchester United Jersey
» Transfer Rumours

Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United: Stunning Old Trafford return could be on the cards


Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo is considering a stunning Manchester United return with Jose Mourinho angry, according to Express Sport.

Recent reports have claimed that the 33-year-old could leave the Santiago Bernabeu during the summer transfer window.

Meanwhile, the Portugal international says he is eager to help Real Madrid win the Champions League on Saturday night.

"It would be an historic moment," he told Real Madrid TV on Tuesday.

"We are excited -- the whole team. We do not realise completely the history we are making, and maybe that is best so people remain focused on the game.

"Later, if all goes well, we will go down in history. I am confident, feeling good, and my teammates [are] too. To win a fifth would be damn great."

Featured in article
Cristiano Ronaldo