Ronaldo just completed a spectacular homecoming to Old Trafford after leaving for Real Madrid more than a decade ago. After three years at Juventus, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner was looking for a fresh challenge. At one time, it appeared like the unimaginable was about to happen, with Ronaldo close to Manchester City. United, on the other hand, could not allow this to happen.
Ronaldo is now back on British soil, having been given the No. 7 shirt, as the new chapter of his career begins.
At 5.40 p.m. on Friday, history’s leading international goalscorer touched down at Manchester Airport.
The Portugal international will now be quarantined for five days with his family as they adjust to life in the northwest. On Wednesday, Ronaldo will begin training with his new colleagues at Carrington.
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And, if all goes as planned, Ronaldo will make his second Manchester United debut next Saturday when Newcastle visits Old Trafford.
Despite the fact that he is yet to meet his new teammates, The Sun says Ronaldo has already sent a message to the Red Devils.
The players are ecstatic about Ronaldo’s coming. He has given them a clear message: ‘We need to win the league.’
According to a source, Ronaldo and his family are very pleased to be returning to the United Kingdom. He enjoyed his time in Manchester, and Georgina had previously worked as a nanny in the UK before going to Spain and meeting him.
They are well-versed in the weather. They also know how kind the British are and are looking forward to their children experiencing life in the UK.
While some may argue whether Ronaldo will be pushed right into the starting lineup at Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has already hinted at his team selections.
Ronaldo is eager to get started.
Ronaldo confesses he can’t wait to make his second Manchester United debut after paying just £19.7 million for the player.
He told the club’s official website, “I have a wonderful history with this amazing team.”
I was there when I was 18 years old, and I’m overjoyed to be returning home after a 12-year absence. So I’m quite excited and looking forward to starting my first game.
I believe that is the finest decision I have ever made (the move).
In my perspective, that is spot on.
I’m very pleased and grateful, and I want to carry on, to make history, to attempt to help Manchester achieve big results, to win trophies, and, most importantly, to accomplish great things.