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Cristiano Ronaldo made Liverpool manager 'choke on food' after transfer talks

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Yet the transfer came as a massive shock to then Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier and assistant manager Phil Thompson who had been in negotiations regarding a £4m move for the then 18-year-old just days earlier.

Once the world’s most expensive player and most-sought after elite stars, Cristiano Ronaldo was given a wake-up call regarding his current standing in the summer as he tried in vain to force an exit from Manchester United.

As a result, Ronaldo was forced to remain with United and compete in the Europa League for the first time in his illustrious career as a result.

I think... Ah yes, Cristiano Ronaldo was his name.

Then I asked about the salary and Tony told me it was £1 million a year, net.” "On the Tuesday morning, we were having lunch at the training ground and it came up on the yellow strap on Sky Sports, ' Manchester United have signed Cristiano Ronaldo for £12.2million.'
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