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Personally signed by Ronaldo!

This product is part of Icons' exclusive UEFA Champions League signed memorabilia range, officially licensed by UEFA.

This stunning photo was personally signed by Cristiano Ronaldo in an exclusive signing session organised and carried out by Icons in Madrid on February 8th, 2012.

It shows Ronaldo's spectacular headed goal against Chelsea in the 2008 Champions League final in Moscow, when United overcame the Blues in a penalty shoot-out to become European champions for the third time.

Ronaldo moved to Real Madrid for 80m in 2009, but will forever be remembered and loved by United fans for all he achieved at Old Trafford.

The photo is 16 by 12 inches and comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Ronaldo signing.

NOTE: All sales final for signed memorabilia in order to protect standards of authenticity.


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