Cristiano Ronaldo puts Manchester United on red alert by checking out English schools for son Cristiano Jr

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CRISTIANO RONALDO has put Manchester United on alert by reportedly checking out English schools for his son.

The Portugal superstar is thought to have asked Real Madrid to lower his £900million buyout clause to just £90m.

Cristiano Ronaldo has put Manchester United on red alert by reportedly considering moving to England
Cristiano Ronaldo has put Manchester United on red alert by reportedly considering moving to England
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And according to the Mirror, he is now considering a move to England to give seven-year-old son Cristiano Jr an education “fit for a king”.

Only a private school similar to £17,600-a-year Thomas’ Battersea prep in South West London – where Prince George attends – will do for Ronaldo, according to the report.

He is also a father to six-month-old twins Eva and Matteo, and daughter Alana Martina, who girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, 22, gave birth to last month.

Ronaldo, 32, is said to be house hunting in London and Surrey having secretly visited the UK last month.

Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly wants son Cristiano Jr, seven, to have an English education
Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly wants son Cristiano Jr, seven, to have an English education
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A sensational return to Old Trafford appeared to be on the cards in the summer amid problems with the Spanish taxman.

Ron remained in Madrid but Real have since been linked with a mega-money move for Paris Saint-Germain ace Neymar.

Ronaldo left United in 2009 in a then world-record move.

And he appears to have put himself back in the shop window by insisting that despite being eight years older, the forward is still at the top of his game.

He said: “Every now and then someone talks about my age – and I don’t agree.

“There are many young players who have injuries because they do not take care of their body. I am 32 years old and I feel good.

“I’m very motivated and I feel powerful. I still have a lot of passion for football. I love it and I feel able to get more and more year after year.

“I had one of my best seasons last year. I got five team trophies, so 2017 was my best year. That’s why I say that age does not really matter.”

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