The Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is looking to get back with Manchester United. This may not be a surprise for some people, but it is certainly good news for all Manchester and Ronaldo fans. Many predicted earlier that Ronaldo might leave Real Madrid because of the case filed against him recently.

The Real Madrid forward expressed his desire to leave the team, and at this very moment, Manchester United may be the only club that can afford the star. There is no doubt that Cristiano Ronaldo is interested in returning to Manchester, and after all the trouble he has been through with the case filed against him, this seems to be the right time to make a move.

Real Madrid to demand over £200 million for Ronaldo?

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is looking to sign a few players this summer, that said, Ronaldo has the perfect opportunity to jump into those red jerseys. However, Daily Mail stated that Real Madrid might demand more than £200 million for Ronaldo. That might not be a hard deal for Manchester, but they might want to think about the idea a bit more before making a move.

Manchester United will be taking in defender Victor Lindelof -- as he is said to be the club's first signing this summer. As for Cristiano Ronaldo, this is not the first time he will be attempting to sign with Manchester. Back in the summer of 2013, the club made an attempt to re-sign Ronaldo.

Who would Manchester replace for Ronaldo?

The odds look to be in Ronaldo's favor moving forward, as well as Manchester United. Since the team is in search of a replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, it would make sense if Ronaldo is the replacement. Yet, the only thing that matters is that Real Madrid accepts the transfer at a reasonable price.

According to the Daily Mail, the executive vice chairman of Manchester United would love to see this opportunity come to pass. Ronaldo is a key player for Real Madrid, and he will certainly be an important player for Manchester should they sign him. Now that he tops the wish list of the Chinese Super League, he is definitely valuable to the club.

Looking from Manchester's standpoint, they could be able to save the huge salary of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. That would put them in a strong position for the deal since Ronaldo wants to leave Madrid, and this might help to reduce the price. Cristiano Ronaldo has the potential to make an impact on other teams as well, but the question is, which teams will bite?