- Cristiano Ronaldo's children were posted on social media going to their new school in Manchester
- The 36-year-old and his family have settled at their home and the striker is ready to make his debut against Newcastle
- Ronaldo signed a new two-year deal with Man Unit3ed following a deadline day summer move from Juventus
Cristiano Ronaldo and his family have relocated from their base in Turin to Manchester and his kids have also enrolled in school.
The four children including Ronaldo Jnr, Alana, Mateo and Eva Maria were dressed in uniforms as they posed for a photo before heading to school.
The kids will be introduced to another language of learning having spent their years in Sapin and Italy where their father worked as a professional footballer.
CR7's partner Georgina Rodriguez posted a photo of their lovely children on Instagram as she wrote:
"That's how we end the week. New stage full of illusion."
Ronaldo signed a two-year deal with Man United and it is expected the family of six will live in the city of Manchester during the period.
All is now set for the 36-year-old to make his much-anticipated debut against Newcastle at Old Trafford.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner who recently broke the record of most international goals scored will be hoping to replicate the same form with United.
Ronaldo's warning to other EPL clubs
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that as much as the fans love Cristiano Ronaldo's second coming to Old Trafford, the Portuguese superstar has revealed that he focused on winning trophies, Sky Sports.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner has been on the headlines since his sensational return to the Theatre of Dreams after 11 years.
The 36-year-old is expected to make his much-anticipated debut in Manchester United's game against Newcastle in the Premier League.
However, the Portugal international does not seem to be concerned about the glitz and glamour his return would bring back to the people of Manchester.
Fernandes' plea to Ronaldo
Legit.ng had also reported that the issue of taking free kicks and penalties for Man United is yet to be addressed by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Bruno Fernandes has indirectly made a plea to prefer set-pieces, Mirror, Football 365.
The arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo would effect some changes in the squad in terms of taking spot-kicks and goal-bound set-pieces.
CR7's international teammate Fernandes knows the five-time Ballon d'Or winner would be given the responsibilities has been given the plea ahead before his debut against Newcastle at Old Trafford.
Source: Sports Brief News