Manchester United could have a MASSIVE £63m problem on their hands

From the looks of it, this rumour doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon. With a possible injection of new funds, this football mega club will test the will of Sir Alex Ferguson once again.

Real Madrid will borrow £63million to finance a sensational fresh bid for Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo.

The La Liga giants will turn to Spanish bank Santander to fund their next attempt to prise the winger away from Old Trafford, according to radio station Cadena Ser.

Spainish media have been claiming for several months that the 23-year-old FIFA World Player of the Year will join Real despite consistent denials from United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. (Daily Mail)

In this current economic climate most would find it really hard to believe anything coming out of Spain, or any other country for that matter. But this time around it looks like Real Madrid will be playing with house money, and that could be enough to sway United.

What do United supporters think? Are you expecting Ronaldo to be with the club next season?

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