Manchester United fans are on holiday, and the reason is already known. Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to make a spectacular comeback at the club where he became famous for the first time, and the Red Devils fans are in the "seventh heaven".
In the match played against Wolves, in Molineux, the exaltation was clear, as a real-life cardboard figurine of Cristiano Ronaldo was found among the fans. United managed to win the match 1-0, continuing the good performances in Premier League, but those present at the stadium, seemed to be happier for Ronaldo's return, than for the 3 points taken.
The atmosphere was the same in the United camp itself. After the match, it was goalkeeper David de Gea who commented on the Portuguese's return:
"Coming back to the team is like a dream, it will be fantastic. In fact it is now, you can feel it in the atmosphere. "Let's hope he brings something special to the team, so that we can improve even more."
Ronaldo is expected to make his second debut with United, on September 11 against Newcastle. The atmosphere at Old Trafford is definitely magical. United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer commented on the Portuguese's return:
"He is a special boy, in fact he is no longer a boy, but he was like that when we played together. The players are quite happy, some of them have played with Ronaldo in the Portuguese national team. Fans are also excited. That's what he does, he's a special player. "
The 36-year-old Portuguese will in all likelihood have his undisputed place in the lineup, and this was confirmed by Solskjaer:
"He is not signing to sit on the bench. "Ronaldo will help us become a better team."