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As he embarks on a second spell at Old Trafford after 12 trophy-laden years away at Real Madrid and Juventus, Ronaldo told United's official website in an exclusive interview: "I'm so happy to be home."
Yesterday, Ronaldo began his five-day COVID isolation in a stunning seven-bedroom mansion as fans queued around the estate trying to catch a glimpse of the superstar.
He travelled with his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and their children Cristiano Ronaldo Jr, 11, Alana Martina dos Santos Aveiro, 3, Eva Maria Dos Santos, 4, and Mateo Ronaldo, 4.
He was meet on the runway by United officials and a security team before being immediately whisked away to his new countryside hideaway.
Photographs from inside the mansion reveal a swimming pool, gym and cinema room which Ronaldo will be able to enjoy with his young family ahead of training later this week.
The property, which the club has rented for the star following his stunning £12.85m transfer, also comes with a six-strong security team that will patrol the property day and night.
Ronaldo will now spend time in quarantine before going to United’s Carrington training ground to meet his team-mates on Wednesday.
Ronaldo, who will earn around £450,000 a week, looks set to make his Old Trafford coming against Newcastle United on Saturday.
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