Cristiano Ronaldo spent six years at Manchester United between 2003 to 2009 before heading for Real Madrid for £80m, a world record at that time. In his six seasons at Old Trafford, he scored 84 goals and won the golden boot with 31 goals in the 2007/08 season.
Among the current Premier League stars, six players have more League goals than the Manchester United forward including Chelsea new striker Romelu Lukaku who they rivalled each other in Italy and returned to the league together at the beginning of the season.
Only Cristiano Ronaldo and Jamie Vardy out of the seven highest scoring players in the league right now have scored it for a single team. Cristiano Ronaldo all for Manchester United and Jamie Vardy all for Leicester City.
See the other current players and their Premier League goals and the teams they scored for;
Harry Kane - 166 (Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City)
Jamie Vardy - 124 (Leicester City)
Romelu Lukaku - 116 (Chelsea, West Brom, Everton, Manchester United)
Mohamed Salah - 103 (Liverpool, Chelsea)
Sadio Mane - 99 (Liverpool, Southampton)
Raheem Sterling - 97 (Manchester City, Liverpool)
Cristiano Ronaldo - 87 (Manchester United)