- The mansion boasts incredible features including a high-end fitness complex which Ronaldo can utilise to ensure he stays in shape
- A six-strong security team is said to have been guarding the property since the arrival of the football star in Manchester
- Ronaldo's family including his partner, Georgina Rodriguez, has since linked up with him in Manchester
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Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly set up home in a multi-million-pound mansion in Manchester where he will be staying following his return to Old Trafford.
Ronaldo rejoined Man United in the summer from Juventus, nearly 12 years after he left the club for Real Madrid.
SunSport reports the five-time Ballon d'Or winner flew to Manchester aboard a private jet and will be living in a seven-bedroom countryside hideaway which the club rented.
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According to the UK publication, the property boasts a number of incredible features including a high-tech fitness complex complete with a jacuzzi and pool.
A six-strong security team is believed to be manning the property where Ronaldo is expected to settle in alongside his partner Georgina Rodriguez and kids.
The 36-year-old's family is said to have joined him in Manchester on Friday, September 3, with Georgina all but confirming the reports on Instagram.
The model posted a series of photos on social media of her and the children travelling in a private jet.
The snaps were captioned with a heart emoji alongside the Manchester location tag.
While Ronaldo is yet to pull on the United shirt yet again, reports suggest he could make his second debut for the club next Saturday against Newcastle.
At the moment, he is still quarantining and will link up with the squad on Wednesday, September 8.
Portugal releases Ronaldo
Ronaldo's trip to Manchester came after he was released by the Portugal FA earlier to link up with his new club.
YEN.com.gh reported the Portugal FA announced on Thursday, September 2, that their star man would be leaving their camp early, and would quarantine for five days upon his return to Manchester.
Ronaldo was the hero on Wednesday, September 1 as his late brace against Ireland ensured Portugal came from behind to claim a crucial 2-1 win in the World Cup qualifiers.
Ronaldo gets No.7
Edinson Cavani, who wore the shirt from last season is understood to have agreed to relinquish it for the returning legend.
The development will see Cavani switch to no.21 which is currently vacant following the departure of Dan James who moved to Leeds United.