Sport 360 – Ten years have passed since one of the best offers in football history, Cristiano Ronaldo moved from Manchester United to Real Madrid for £ 80m.
In nine seasons, Ronaldo later proved to be one of the best players in the world and one of the best players in Real Madrid in history and managed to become the historical goal of the royal team and gathered with him all possible awards.
Manchester United was in a bad line and won the Premier League title only for two of the last nine seasons in which Ronaldo was not with Red Devils, despite being one of the main reasons for team's success before.
Manchester United number 7 was worn by some of the top football players in history, such as George Best, Eric Canton and David Beckham.
Ronaldo was number seven in Manchester United, and in this report, which may not be good for fans of Manchester United, we are looking at all who wore a Portuguese shirt after leaving the club.
First: Michael Owen
One of the legends of Liverpool joined the traditional rivals after the end of the contract with Newcastle, and the main reason for winning the England Premier League was what he wanted in the 2010-2011 season.
At the 31st appearance, No. 7 only scored 5 goals in order to leave the ranks in 2012.
Second: Antonio Valencia
Valencia were Manchester United's top players in the 2011-2012 season and then decided to turn their number from 25 to 7, but then switched from the wings to the back and lowered the level to decide again to return to 25th place.
Valencia has spent 10 seasons with Manchester United, including a faithful servant of the club, and left the club after the end of the contract this summer.
Third: Angel de Maria
First Manchester United fans were confident that he could be the successor to Cristiano Ronaldo, but after only one season he decided to move to Paris St Germain, one of Manchester City's most disadvantaged players for the way he left the club in the summer of 2014.
Fourth: Memphis Debay
In the summer of 2014, Deby joined PSV in Eindhoven after winning the trophy of the Dutch Premier League, but all this ended at Manchester United and after a season and a half he traveled to Lyon to rediscover.
Fifth: Alexis Sanchez
In a mutual agreement in the winter of 2018, Arsenal's first star and one of the top Premier League players moved to Manchester United in exchange for leaving Henrik Mkhitarian in the next round.
Sanchez's deal is not only bad for his level in the field, but because he is the highest paid player in the Premier League and does not offer a good level that is remembered as the highest salary directly as the job is bad.
We can say that Manchester United's historic record failed to prepare them for Ronald's departure, and some fans hoped that any of the current players would repeat what was expected.