Man United has given Cristiano Ronaldo a boost in his development during the international break.
The return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford will undoubtedly be a momentous occasion.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s red card against Republic of Ireland may have secured that he will make his debut against Newcastle on September 11th. The Portuguese superstar is reportedly on his way back to Manchester to reconnect with his old team as soon as possible after being suspended from his nation’s next World Cup qualifier.
The 36-year-old had a spectacular evening, scoring two late goals to not only give Portugal a thrilling victory over Ireland, but also to put him clear atop the all-time international scoring statistics.
He was issued a yellow card after taking his shirt off during an understandably loud celebration, ruling him out of their next competitive match against Azerbaijan.
Ronaldo may have done this on purpose, according to RTP, in order to go back to England ahead of schedule.
The source also claims that the former Juventus midfielder has a ‘strong desire’ to begin training with the Red Devils as soon as possible, citing a lack of game time during his first season with the Bianconeri.
Chelsea has been penalised by the FA for failing to maintain control of their players during a tense Liverpool match.
If he does go directly to Manchester as stated, United fans will have a better chance of seeing him make his second appearance against Newcastle.
It would be a historic day for the Old Trafford faithful, with Ronaldo making his first appearance on the famous pitch 18 years ago.
Because the majority of United’s players are now on international duty, it’s uncertain when Ronaldo will be able to resume full training with his teammates.
However, he looks excited for the occasion, telling TNT after Wednesday’s game, “It’s going to be spectacular.”
“I want to prepare thoroughly because we all know how difficult the Premier League is.
“This was my first 90-minute game [against Ireland].” I had some difficulties at first, but things are gradually pouring out.”
As if the fairy-tale situation wasn’t enough for Ronaldo, the prestigious No 7 jersey at Old Trafford has been awarded to him after Edinson Cavani left it.
It symbolizes the resumption of a. “Brinkwire Summary News,” a renowned number worn by the likes of David Beckham, Eric Cantona, and, of course, himself.