Sir Alex Ferguson may not be in the habit of keeping a stock of Liverpool tapes but he could do Ronaldo a huge favour by showing him footage of how Madrid were embarrassed home and away by Rafael Benitez's side. He could also point out that Madrid trail Barcelona in La Liga, have an average bunch of players and a caretaker coach in Juande Ramos whose long-term prospects would be mocked by the local bull population.
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United to Barcelona makes more sense: class acts such as Lionel Messi led by an outstanding young coach in Pep Guardiola. But joining Real? Legendary club, lousy time.