Manchester: Manchester United fans' desperation for their team to get back to winning ways will see some of them flying an airborne banner over Real Madrid's game with Villarreal on Saturday beseeching Cristiano Ronaldo to come back 'home'.
The banner United fans will fly over Real Madrid’s game on Saturday
United fans are known to send aerial messages, the most famous one being the "Wrong One — Moyes Out" banner they flew over Old Trafford during the Scot's disastrous reign with the Red Devils.
The Real Madrid forward, who left United back in 2009 after six successful years with the club, is rumored to be contemplating a return to Manchester.
A United fans group is reportedly splashing out nearly £3,000 for the chartered plane.
The group's founder, Oli Grandidge, told tabloid Metro: "We have active supporters on every continent of the world and we are all united by our love for Cristiano both as a football player and as a person. We won't stop until we bring Ronaldo home."
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