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Cristiano Ronaldo has joined his Manchester United team mates for training.
The forward has been in quarantine for the last five days.
He was greeted at the club’s Carrington training ground by United manager Ole Gunnar Solskaer.
Ronaldo has signed a two-year contract with United.
He is being paid £385,000 a week.
Solskaer and Ronaldo were team mates when the Portuguese striker last played for United.
He left the club twelve years ago to play for Real Madrid.
Old Trafford supporters hope Ronaldo will make his home debut this weekend.
If not, he’s expected to play in the Champions League game against BSC Young Boys from Switzerland.
After signing, Ronaldo told the United website:
“I have a fantastic history with this amazing club.
“I was there at 18 years old and of course I’m so happy to be back home after 12 years.
“So, I’m really glad and looking forward to start my first game.”