Cristiano Ronaldo joined Manchester United in 2003, at the age of 18, from Sporting CP, where he played in the lower divisions. Under Sir Alex Ferguson, Cristiano became one of the best players in the world and won 10 titles. Cristiano Ronaldo played 292 games with Manchester United, scored an impressive 118 goals and provided 69 assists.
In addition, he won the Champions League and the Club World Cup in 2008, year in which he won his first Ballon d'Or, as well as three Premier League titles (2007, 2008 and 2009), one FA Cup (2004), two Carabao Cups (2006 and 2009) and two Community Shields.
After six years and ten titles at Manchester United, where he scored 118 goals, Cristiano Ronaldo emigrated to Real Madrid in exchange for 96 million euros, a transfer that was a historical record in world soccer at the time. Twelve years later, and after a successful spell at Merengue and Juventus, he returns home, where he has already been made official through social networks. In total, Ronaldo won 10 trophies with Sir Alex Ferguson on the bench.
Cristiano's titles at Manchester United
The first came in the 2003/04 season: his only FA Cup. He was a starter in the final against Milwall and scored the first goal in the final 3-0 win. As for domestic cups, he won two League Cups and two Community Shields. He won the Champions League in the 2007-08 season. He shared the front line with Carlos Tevez and Wayne Rooney. Finally, he reached the Club World Cup and also became champion: they defeated Liga de Quito 1-0.