- Manchester United will host the Serie A giants on Tuesday, October 23 in their third Champions League group match
- Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to feature for Juventus on his second return to Old Trafford
- The Portuguese ace has taken time to send former United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, an important message ahead of the clash
Juventus ace, Cristiano Ronaldo, has paid tribute to former Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, ahead of the forward's second return to Old Trafford since his departure to Real Madrid in 2009.
The Portuguese talisman spent six years with the Red Devils, winning several titles including three English Premier League titles, the Champions League and the Ballon d’Or before sealing a moving to Santiago Bernabeu.
His decorative tenure at Old Trafford has seen the 33-year old express gratitude towards Ferguson who played an integral part in developing his career.
"Sir Alex Ferguson is someone I will never ever forget and I would like to express my best possible wishes to him," he stated.
Speaking exclusively to the media on Monday, October 22 ahead of Juventus' clash against United, Ronaldo further revealed that he would not celebrate should he score against his former side.
"I won lots of trophies here, cups, league, Champions League. I remember the support as well. The support is fantastic,’" Ronaldo told reporters.
This would be Ronaldo's second return to the Manchester outfit since his exit, with the first being during Ferguson's last season with United.
On his last visit, Cristiano featured for Madrid, where he scored the winning goal but bizarrely refused to celebrate.
When asked if he would replicate that on Tuesday night, Ronaldo said: "My reaction will be the same."
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