Cristiano Ronaldo admits that it is always "special" to return to Manchester United, but he has no plans to do the old club any favors on Tuesday, as Juventus intends to maintain its 100% Champions League record this season .
The two heavyweights in Group H fight at Old Trafford with visitors who have two wins of two so far in the competition.
Ronaldo was sent off in a 2-0 win in Valencia in the first round of matches, which means he missed. the 3-0 victory at home for the Young Boys while serving a one-game ban.
However, the striker is available again to face his former employers and, despite his indifferent way so far, this term does not underestimate the side of José Mourinho
Speaking to the media, he also sent a Sincere message to his former United boss, Alex Ferguson, who attended the Premier League against the Wolves last month after suffering a brain hemorrhage in May that required emergency surgery.
"It's special for me to go back to Manchester," the Portugal international said at a pre-match press conference.
"Here I have many memories of victories and affection, in particular with Alex Ferguson, to whom I send a big hug, he is a person who helped me a lot".
On the game, he added: "It's going to be a tough game, Manchester United is strong, but if we play the way the coach wants, we have a good chance of winning the game."
"However, we can not underestimate our opponents. "
While Ronaldo will undoubtedly be the center of attention, the striker insisted that his only goal is to help Juventus continue their efforts to qualify for qualifying.
Serie A champions faced each other admirably without their renowned signing the last time in Europe, Paulo Dybala scored all three goals for Massimiliano Allegri's team against Young Boys.
"The Champions League started two games ago, even if I'm coming back now, it does not matter that I've been sent off and then I have not played, "Ronaldo said.