Found June 27, 2013 on Soccerlens:
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Ronaldo’s secret United meeting – Five things to be discussed - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Reports have suggested Cristiano Ronaldo will hold secret talks with Manchester United over a possible return to Old Trafford and the Premier League. If those talks happen, they will stay very much behind closed doors because any publicity or proof of them will land all parties concerned in very hot water with FIFA. If United do have a chance to talk to their former player this summer then there are several things which may be on the agenda and may have an affect on Ronaldo’s decision to push for a move back to the club. Money The money issue is possibly the most important point that the two parties could talk about. Ronaldo’s current contract doesn’t expire for another two years which means any fee involved is going to be huge. Add to that the fact that Ronaldo is likely to demand a very high pay deal, with plenty of add ons and the costs can quickly add up, spiralling out of control...
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