Manchester United hero Cristiano Ronaldo is back in the UK ahead of his second debut against Newcastle on September 11.
The Portugal captain, 36, has shared pictures of him chilling in sunny Manchester with his partner and kids following the international break.
Ronaldo posted three photos of him and his family on Instagram to his 338MILLION followers on Sunday afternoon after returning to the UK.
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The photos were captioned: “Who says there’s no sun in Manchester?”
Partner Georgina Rodriguez also posted some heart-warming pics on Insta for her 27.1m followers to enjoy.
The model’s post was captioned: “How I’ve missed living in the UK.”
Ronaldo is currently in quarantine and is expected to report back for United training at Carrington on Wednesday.
The forward recently became the leading scorer in men’s international football with his 110th and 111th goals for Portugal.
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Those headers gave his country a 2-1 win against the Republic of Ireland but he was booked for taking his top off in the celebrations.
That earned him a one-game suspension and he will miss Portugal’s next World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan on Tuesday.
Although Ronaldo will be disappointed to miss a big game for his country, the ban has given him the chance to get settled in Manchester.
It’s believed the legendary footballer is aiming to win the Premier League title with his new United team-mates this season.
Ronaldo will be living in a seven-bedroom mansion in the countryside near the iconic northern city.
A source said: “Ronaldo and his family are very excited to be moving back to the UK.
“He loved his time in Manchester and Georgina previously worked in the UK as a nanny before moving to Spain and meeting him.
“They know all about the weather, but they also know how welcoming Brits are and look forward to their children experiencing UK life.”
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