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Due Ronnie's great run of form and huge number of goals , we have to endure the usual courting of Cristiano Ronaldo from Spanish suitors such as Real Madrid.

The Real manager, Bernd Schuster, has already fuelled the flames by claiming Ronnie will one day be playing for them and the club has recently suggested that they would break the world transfer record to sign him.

It's the same tactics they use every close season - last year it was Kaka they wanted - and their arrogant attitude that believes any player will come running at the first sign of interest is infuriating.

But would Ronaldo be any better off at the Bernabeau? Here are five reasons why Ronnie should ignore Spanish advances...

1. Why leave a winning team?

United look set to win Ronaldo's second Premier League title in succession and are favourites for this season's Champions League while Madrid didn't even make it to the quarter-finals stage.

2. No.1 fans in the world.... great atmosphere.

English supporters are far less fickle that our Spanish counterparts and the United fans are largely responsible for Ronaldo's redemption after the 2006 World Cup. He's even appreciated by opposition supporters in this country despite their ways of showing it and you can guarantee one bad game at the Bernabeau and the white handkerchiefs will be out.

3. Sense of stability

While Fergie has been in control of the club for 28 years, Real tend to change managers by the season. They've sacked managers that have won them the league title and Champions League during the season and this constant upheaval often leaves players feeling confused and uncertain.

4. Making history

With comparisons between George Best already being made Ronaldo is on course to become a United legend, remembered throughout history in the same breath as greats like Charlton, Law and Cantona. At Real he would be just the latest star name in an ever-changing galaxy of players who are soon forgotten with the arrival of the next one.

5. Premier League is the place to be....

The Premier League is the greatest league in the world. It's played at a tempo that suits Ronaldo's game, attracts the best young players and the widest audiences while there are more English teams in the European quarter-finals and money involved will ensure that Ronaldo will be the best paid player on the planet.


Any other reasons guys.... ?
 

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I hope he stays here.
He scored 36 goals so far and I think if he goes to Real will not score such as he scored this season.
 

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I wouldnt say our atmosphere was great but still yeah the fans in england are fantastic. I can't see him leaving well at least not for another 7/8 years.
 

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Why not ? The atmosphere is great , whats wrong with u ? At OT, Look at the support he's got. VIVA RONALDO......yeah.. ! We treat him as king. Why would he leave us ? OT is always full and all the players are appreciated
 

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There is no point in worrying about this because if he is gonna leave he will just do it anyway so there is no point get upset about it till then . Im sure he is gonna be here a long long time but maybe one day we will have to accept it he may want to move closer to home . The key to this is to have a replacement ready incase he decides to move on.
 

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Ronaldo probably won't go to Real Madrid until Van Nistelrooy leaves, they don't get along. So we have at least another few years of him. :)
 

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Due Ronnie's great run of form and huge number of goals , we have to endure the usual courting of Cristiano Ronaldo from Spanish suitors such as Real Madrid.

The Real manager, Bernd Schuster, has already fuelled the flames by claiming Ronnie will one day be playing for them and the club has recently suggested that they would break the world transfer record to sign him.

It's the same tactics they use every close season - last year it was Kaka they wanted - and their arrogant attitude that believes any player will come running at the first sign of interest is infuriating.

But would Ronaldo be any better off at the Bernabeau? Here are five reasons why Ronnie should ignore Spanish advances...

1. Why leave a winning team?

United look set to win Ronaldo's second Premier League title in succession and are favourites for this season's Champions League while Madrid didn't even make it to the quarter-finals stage.

2. No.1 fans in the world.... great atmosphere.

English supporters are far less fickle that our Spanish counterparts and the United fans are largely responsible for Ronaldo's redemption after the 2006 World Cup. He's even appreciated by opposition supporters in this country despite their ways of showing it and you can guarantee one bad game at the Bernabeau and the white handkerchiefs will be out.

3. Sense of stability

While Fergie has been in control of the club for 28 years, Real tend to change managers by the season. They've sacked managers that have won them the league title and Champions League during the season and this constant upheaval often leaves players feeling confused and uncertain.

4. Making history

With comparisons between George Best already being made Ronaldo is on course to become a United legend, remembered throughout history in the same breath as greats like Charlton, Law and Cantona. At Real he would be just the latest star name in an ever-changing galaxy of players who are soon forgotten with the arrival of the next one.

5. Premier League is the place to be....

The Premier League is the greatest league in the world. It's played at a tempo that suits Ronaldo's game, attracts the best young players and the widest audiences while there are more English teams in the European quarter-finals and money involved will ensure that Ronaldo will be the best paid player on the planet.


Any other reasons guys.... ?
look at the real team!!!! y would ronnie want 2 go ther?? they r no wer near as good as united + yer the premier league is the place 2 be ini
 

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There is no point in worrying about this because if he is gonna leave he will just do it anyway so there is no point get upset about it till then . Im sure he is gonna be here a long long time but maybe one day we will have to accept it he may want to move closer to home . The key to this is to have a replacement ready incase he decides to move on.
i think this is his last season
i cant understand why he wanna be a slave
 

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ye them 5 reasons are good enough to not get us worried. also he seems to get on with a lot of people in our squad, like nani, anderson and rooney. also, he is learning from one of the greatest managers ever. i don't tink he'll leave for a long time.
 

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real madrid all time chase stars like ronaldo
they are chasing muto and even anechibe
they refused ronaldo when he was 16 for free i saw an interview with ronaldo's acadimy maneger who maneged him and that time realmadrid maneger was the freind of him ( the acadimy maneger sporting) and they refused to take ronaldo to play 1 season at realmadrid acadimy . now they are about of buying him for mmmmiiiiillllllliiiiiioooonnnnnssss
 
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