The five times Ballon D'or winner and Portuguese international Christiano Ronaldo has officially started training the Manchester United squad at Carrington.
The 36 years old was pictured back at Carrington for the first time since completing a sensational return to Manchester United during the summer transfer window.
Ronaldo who switched from Italia giants Juventus to united, signed a contract of 2 years at the cub, that will see him stay till end of 2022/2023 season.
With the star commencing his training, Manchester United will be eager to see him included in the Sunday English Premier league clash against Newcastle United at Old Trafford.
Since Ronaldos Departure in 2008, Manchester United have never won the Champions league Trophy. Ronaldo will be instrumental this season to help the club regain its winning momentum.
Christiano Ronaldo is now the all time top scorer in football history after Surpassing Ali of Iran who had 109 goals. Ronaldo stand at 111 abd he is still counting.
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