Cristiano Ronaldo lands in Manchester after The Red Devil return becomes a reality

Cristiano Ronaldo has arrived in England after completing his remarkable return to Manchester United. Cristiano Ronaldo, who left The Red Devil in 2009 to join Real Madrid in Spanish Laliga before going on to play for Juventus in Italy Serie A, completed a move back to the Premier League club on Tuesday.

The movement had been announced last Friday, when Manchester United confirmed they had agreed a fee with Juventus. The Serie A club subsequently confirmed United would pay €15million for the 36-year-old in a series of instalments.

Cristiano Ronaldo had seemed all set to join Manchester United rivals Manchester City, but with the assistance his former head coach Alex Ferguson cited by the Portugal captain as the main reason for his Old Trafford comeback – United completed a sensational swoop.

However, after leaving Turin a week ago, Ronaldo had headed to Lisbon to complete a medical before linking up with Portugal’s squad for their September international match.

He went on to broke another record on Wednesday, scoring two towering headers late on to seal a 2-1 comeback win over the Republic of Ireland and, in the process, become the leading goalscorer of all time in men’s international football, overtaking Iran great Ali Daei.

Portugal subsequently released Ronaldo – who has taken the number seven shirt he wore during his previous United stint – from their squad on Thursday, as he had received a booking late on against Ireland and would have missed next week’s World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan.

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Chronicling every major step in Ronaldo’s homecoming, United detailed on Friday that the five-time Ballon d’Or winner had a day earlier touched down at Manchester Airport, where he was greeted by former team-mate and current Red Devils technical director Darren Fletcher.

“Cristiano is now preparing to begin training with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side at Carrington next week,” United’s account of Ronaldo’s arrival read.

Ronaldo’s second debut looks set to come against Newcastle United at Old Trafford on September 11.

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