Cristiano Ronaldo has now completed his first Manchester United training session back at Carrington today, MySportDab reports.
Ronaldo has today trained for the first time since his sensational return back to Manchester United.
The 36 years old officially completed his transfer last week as United paid €15m to Juventus for his signature.
The Portuguese Superstar will wear the No.7 shirt during his second run at the club.
He is now working towards making his potential second debut for United against Newcastle in the Premier League this weekend.
Ronaldo arrived back in time in Manchester last week to be in contention for the Newcastle match.
Today, he made his first appearance at United’s training complex.
He completed a period of quarantine when he arrived back in the UK, following covid-19 guidelines.
Ronaldo met with former teammate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer today for the first time since completing his transfer.
Ronaldo and Ole talked for sometime before he went through the training drills.
He was also introduced to the Manchester United players not currently on international duty.
Ronaldo took part in his first training session with the club as he wants to start against Newcastle on Saturday afternoon.
Speaking after the transfer was announced last week, Ronaldo revealed his plan to get back onto the pitch quickly for his new club.
“Manchester United is a club that has a special place in my heart, and i am very happy thanks to the the messages I have received since the announcement on Friday,” he said.
“I can’t wait to play at Old Trafford in front of the fans and see everyone again. I’m looking forward to working with the team after the international matches, and hopefully we have a very successful season.”
If Ronaldo does not get his first start at United against Newcastle on Saturday then he is likely to lead the line in the Champions League match against Young Boys next Tuesday.