Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Manchester United for the second time in his career. Before leaving, the Portuguese winger scored 118 goals for the club. Six players have worn the number seven jersey since his departure, scoring a total of 75 goals. Edinson Cavani has given the Portuguese winger the number seven shirt, and he is expected to add to his goal tally for Manchester United. In this post, we'll look at the records Cristiano Ronaldo could set at Manchester United before leaving or retiring.
1. Cristiano Ronaldo currently ranks third among Manchester United players in terms of goals scored in the twenty-first century. The Portuguese winger scored 118 goals in 292 games. He needs to score 33 goals to overtake Van Nistlerooy as the second most prolific Manchester United player of the twenty-first century.
2. Cristiano Ronaldo is the fourth Manchester United player to be awarded the Ballon d'or. Dennis Law(1964), Bobby Charlton(1966), and George Best(1968) were the first three Manchester United players to win the award. If Cristiano Ronaldo wins the Ballon d'or at Manchester United, he will become the club's first player to do so twice.
3. Cristiano Ronaldo is currently the ninth most prolific goalscorer in Manchester United history. He needs four goals to overtake Andy Cole, who is currently ranked eighth. He needs four goals to overtake Andy Cole, who is currently ranked eighth. He might be able to break these three records before he leaves or retires.
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