Fans complain as Man United make constant Ronaldo announcements

The confirmation of Cristiano Ronaldo‘s return to Manchester United on transfer deadline day was understandably huge news in the world of football.

Ronaldo joined United for his first spell back in 2003 from Sporting Lisbon as an 18-year-old.

During his six years at the club, the Portuguese forward transformed himself into one of the world’s greatest footballers.

12 years after originally departing for Real Madrid in a then world-record transfer, Ronaldo is back at Old Trafford.

All United fans were delighted to read the news – and are all highly anticipating his second debut for the club – but some have picked up on the volume of announcements for their new signing.

The club confirmed that they had agreed terms to sign Ronaldo on August 27 – the same day news of the transfer broke.

On deadline day on August 31, they then confirmed that the 36-year-old had officially rejoined the club.

Since then, the club have understandably focused on Ronaldo-themed content. They posted photos of the forward with his new boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, videos of training and historical moments.

One video, consisting of Ronaldo stepping towards the camera and saying, “I’m home”, has been viewed 1.3 million times already.

The club have also posted an interview with Ronaldo, conducted by former defender Wes Brown.

And another video of Ronaldo, in full team kit, walking back out onto the Old Trafford surface has reached 6.5 million views.

Since all that, plenty of fans having been making jokes on social media about the sheer number of Ronaldo announcements.

When could Ronaldo make second debut for United?

Ronaldo could make his second debut for the club tomorrow, when United host Newcastle at Old Trafford.

Speaking to Brown about his second debut (via Manchester Evening News), he said: “Of course I will be nervous on Saturday, but I am more mature, I am more experienced.

“I will be prepared and I am going to make pressure to Ole now to start in the XI [laughs]. I am ready to go!”

Last week, some resale sites were asking for up to £2,500 for tickets to potentially see the Portuguese icon in action.

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