Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Real Madrid after World Cup

In order to stay in shape while looking for a new team, Cristiano Ronaldo visited his old team Real Madrid for a private training session

Ronaldo departed Manchester United last month by mutual consent and is currently looking for a new team. Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia has made him an offer, but he hasn’t decided what to do next.

In the short term, he keeps himself in shape, and Relevo reports that on Wednesday, Ronaldo was back at Real Madrid’s Valdebebas training facility.

Ronaldo contacted Florentino Perez, president of Real Madrid, to inquire about using the Valdebebas facilities. Perez responded positively and told Ronaldo he is welcome to train there for as long as he needs to.

The practise included Ronaldo practising with his son, Cristiano Jr., rather than any current Real players. Now that Portugal’s World Cup run has come to an end, Ronaldo is anticipated to make a decisive decision about his future in the upcoming weeks.

The veteran striker has still to decide whether to accept Al Nassr’s offer to become the highest-paid player ever because he has always yearned to remain in Europe and play Champions League games. However, offers from Champions League teams or European teams in general have been scarce.

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