- Cristiano Ronaldo arrived at Manchester United’s Carrington training ground on Wednesday morning ahead of his second debut
- The 36-year-old striker drove into the facility in his stunning Lamborghini Urus worth £160,000 (about KSh 24 million)
- The five-time Ballon d’Or winner flashed a thumb’s up to the waiting cameras as he appeared in a pair of sunglasses
Ahead of his second spell with Premier League giants Manchester United, Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo arrived at the club’s training ground in a £160,000-worth Lamborghini, SunSport reports.
The superstar arrived in training on Wednesday morning, September 8, as he prepared for his second debut having reunited with the English club from Juventus on deadline day.
Manchester United fans are already anticipating news whether their new striker will be named in the starting line-up against Newcastle United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has continued to prepare his team for the game at Carrington and Ronaldo was spotted flashing thumbs-up to photographers.
He drove into the facility wearing a pair of sunglasses as he arrived in his Lamborghini Urus, the £160,000 4x4 released in 2018 by the Italian luxury car manufacturer.
The ride is a twin-turbocharged V8 engine and it powers the world's first 'Super' SUV, which can hit a high speed of 189mph.
It is not known whether the Lambo is part of Ronaldo's extensive personal collection, or if he is renting it having only recently arrived in Manchester.
In May, the Portuguese star shipped a number of his supercars back to Spain amid rumours he would leave Juventus.
Cristiano Ronaldo is a lover of exotic cars
He acquired a new Ferrari Monza worth 1.6 million euros after visiting the factory back in May.
The legendary striker also bought an exotic 2021 Rolls Royce Sedan Phantom EWB during e his vacation.
The 36-year-old who recently won the Euro 2020 highest goal scorer award has posted a picture of himself beside his new ride.
A 2021 model of Phantom EWB costs $1.1million according to Cars Guide and it has been described as an evolution of the Phantom VII's.
Ronaldo rocks KSh 64k jumper
Earlier, TUKO.co.ke reported Ronaldo was spotted rocking a KSh 64,000 jumper during his first day at United's training base.
His trip to Man United's training ground came after spending five days in quarantine.
The forward used the chance to showcase his sense of fashion as he wore an expensive jumper.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner was later pictured with Ole before he linked up with the team.