Condition: 8/10 Excellent. Fading to the lower ‘Climacool’ logo
Size: Adult’s Large
Chest Measurement: 41-43 Inches / 104-109 CM
Colour: Navy, light blue trim
Player: Cristiano Ronaldo
Patches: La Liga
Official Adidas Real Madrid away football shirt from the 2009/10 season. Complete with Ronaldo #9 on the back of the shirt in official lettering, and La Liga patch on the sleeve.
Condition of this original football jersey is 8/10 – Excellent. Fading to the lower ‘Climacool’ logo (see photos).
Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing and a great piece of football memorabilia.
Ahead of the 2009–10 season, Ronaldo joined Real Madrid for a world record transfer fee at the time, of £80 million (€94 million). His contract, which ran until 2015, was worth €11 million per year and contained a €1 billion buy-out clause. At least 80,000 fans attended his presentation at the Santiago Bernabéu, surpassing the 25-year record of 75,000 fans who had welcomed Diego Maradona at Napoli. Since club captain Raúl already wore the number 7 (the number Ronaldo wore at Manchester United), Ronaldo received the number 9 shirt, which was presented to him by former Madrid player Alfredo Di Stéfano.
Ronaldo made his debut in La Liga on 29 August 2009, against Deportivo La Coruña, and scored from the penalty spot in Madrid's 3–2 home win. He scored in each of his first four league fixtures with the club, the first Madrid player to do so. His first Champions League goals for the club followed with two free kicks in the first group match against Zürich. His strong start to the season, however, was interrupted when he suffered an ankle injury in October while on international duty, which kept him sidelined for seven weeks.
A week after his return, he received his first red card in Spain in a match against Almería. Midway through the season, Ronaldo placed second in the running for the Ballon d'Or and the FIFA World Player of the Year award, behind Lionel Messi of Barcelona, Madrid's historic rivals. He finished the campaign with 33 goals in all competitions, including a hat-trick in a 4–1 win against Mallorca on 5 May 2010, his first in the Spanish competition. His first season at Real Madrid ended trophyless.
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