Manchester United confirmed today, Tuesday, that it has completed the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, who came from Juventus for a two-year term, to bring the Portuguese striker back to the club with which he won eight major titles between 2003 and 2009.
The English Premier League club announced last week that it had reached an agreement with Juventus to reinstate Ronaldo, 36, and the deal was finalized after passing a medical examination, visa procedures and personal belongings.
Juventus confirmed earlier today that Ronaldo left the club after reaching an agreement with United to transfer him for €15 million ($17.74 million), in addition to €8 million in performance incentives.
“Today, after three years, 133 games, 101 goals and five titles, Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus have separated,” Juventus said in a statement.
Juventus signed Ronaldo from Real Madrid in 2018 for 100 million euros and won the Italian league title twice and the Italian Cup once.
Ronaldo is expected to make his United debut on September 11 against Newcastle United in the Premier League after the international break.