Portuguese international, Cristiano Ronaldo is settling in his new life in Manchester after signing for Manchester United during the summer. Ronaldo rejoined the Red Devils after spending 12 years away from the club at the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus. The 36-year-old completed a stunning £13m move to United on transfer deadline day.
His late move meant that Cristiano Ronaldo had to wait till after the international break before linking up with his new teammates. After scoring 2 goals against Northern Ireland and setting the record for the most goals scored in men's international football, the forward was released early from Portugal due to his suspension. This allowed him to join up with Manchester United early.
On his first day at United, Cristiano Ronaldo visited the Carrington training ground in his Lamborghini car, the same model of the car he drove when he came for his first season at United in the summer of 2004. And just as he went straight to Sir Alex Ferguson's office in 2004, he reported straight to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's this time also. Also, his family including his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, his sons and his mother spent the whole week settling in their new Mansion in Cheshire.
On Saturday, Cristiano Ronaldo's first week back in Manchester came to a befitting end as he was named in the starting eleven to face Newcastle United at Old Trafford. The United No 7 also marked his second debut with a 2-goal performance against the Magpies. Ronaldo opened the scoring after tapping in a spilt Mason Greenwood shot and also put United ahead from a Luke Shaw cross after Javier Manquillo equalised for Newcastle United.