Gary Neville talks up Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United return

Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville has given his thoughts on Cristiano Ronaldo returning to the club.

A 'fed up' Cristiano Ronaldo could be primed for a return to Manchester United, claim The Telegraph.

The Ballon d'Or winner is said to be unhappy with Real's transfer dealings, selling three key players over the past year in Xabi Alonso, Mesut Ozil and Angel di Maria.

Suggestions have arisen that Manchester United's limitless spending power could finance a stunning deal for the Portuguese international next summer.

Former United captain Gary Neville was asked about the possibility on SkySports Monday Night Football and gave his assessment of the situation, and believes a move could happen.

He said: "There was talk last summer about Cristiano Ronaldo or Bale, and there are rumours Ronaldo is not happy in Madrid. He's won the Champions League, so has he achieved what he wanted to in Madrid? That's question one.

"Does he love Manchester, absolutely. He's talked more and more in the past 12-18 months how he misses Old Trafford. I've not seen many players, Cantona, (create) an incredible belief in the stadium every time they play.

"You have to say what they've done now, with di Maria and Falcao, you'd have to say its more possible, there's intent to go and sign world class players.

"We've sat here months ago deliberating whether United can sign world class players, they've absolutely smashed that question out the water."

He added: "If they get him, wow. Can he play centre-back?"

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