There are two things certain in life; death and a summer saga involving Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid. "Fresh" news for all then as newly elected (the only runner) President of Real Madrid, Florentino Perez has declared his interest in signing little-known Portuguese winger Cristiano Ronaldo. Having apparently signed Kaka from Jesus, Perez will be hoping to add Ronaldo on top of his first signing, "Chief of Staff" Manuel Pellegrini.
Not to be outdone by Perez, insane "not into 18-year old girls" Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi announced that Ronaldo said he wanted to join Milan. Though surely, this is a transfer unlikely to happen for 15 years as Ronaldo is allowed Milan's average age. Still it's a nice comment to try and make Rossoneri supporters completely forget that they're probably going to sell their best player just after getting rid of their coach.
Elsewhere in Manchester, financial rejoicing as Manchester United sign a record £20m a year deal with AON. The logo itself is incredibly simple and will no doubt be saving money in shirt printing. The days of the practically 3-D Vodafone logo are a distance past.
In more laughable news F.C. Barcelona and Aged Care Milan are apparently interested in signing Nemanja Vidic. If Patrice Evra's estimation of the need for a bazooka to be able to sign Cristiano Ronaldo is correct. Surely we're on the brink of nucelar war?
More talk in the Carlos Tevez transfer saga. Which is surely now football's longest running soap opera. I can only assume that [club] have confirmed interesting in Tevez. Where as Kia Joorabchian has confirmed interest in money.
Strange opinions of Frank Ribery continue to emerge as a possible successor to unknown Portuguese winger, Cristiano Ronaldo should he leave. Ribery who appears to join new clubs just for the thrill of it (or he's on the run from someone) would no doubt be a loyal servant to United. Really. Just ask, Boulogne, Ales, Brestois, Metz, Galatasaray, Marseille and Bayern Munich.
Still. On concrete news, Britain's Next Top Model Steve Bruce has given me reason to make another list as he joins Sunderland as manager. Making the list of former United players/staff associated with Sunderland in recent years become perhaps too obvious for the authorities. Really. Just ask, Roy Keane, Ricky Sbragia, Kieran Richardson, Phil Bardsley, Paul McShane, Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole, David Healy, Jonny Evans. Feel free to add your own.
Well. That'll end the Prototype of what could be an acceptable piece of blogging.
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