CRISTIANO RONALDO rocked up to Manchester United training in a £160,000 Lamborghini on Wednesday.
The 36-year-old is preparing for his second debut with the club after re-signing from Juventus on transfer deadline day.
Red Devils fans are eagerly awaiting news of whether he will make the starting line-up for the clash with Newcastle.
And preparations continued after Ronaldo arrived at Carrington in thoroughly Mediterranean conditions.
The striker flashed a thumbs-up to photographers as he drove into the United training base behind a pair of sunglasses.
Ronaldo was behind the wheel of a Lamborghini Urus, the £160,000 4×4 released in 2018 by the Italian luxury car manufacturer.
A twin-turbocharged V8 engine powers what is described as the world's first 'Super' SUV, which can hit speeds 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.
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In May, the Portuguese star shipped a number of his supercars back to Spain amid rumours he would leave Juventus.
The streets of Manchester could soon welcome the Ferrari Monza, Rolls Royce, Mercedes G-Wagon and the various Bugattis owned by Ronaldo.
The player and his family are setting up in a seven-bedroom, £6million Cheshire mansion.
But SunSport have revealed that he may not be able to hit top gear around his new hometown, due to a potential 20mph speed limit.
Council officials in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, want the restriction imposed as the village is already blighted by petrolheads showing off their motors.
In more immediate matters, Manchester United hope to welcome Ronaldo back to the squad for Saturday's 3pm kick-off at home to Newcastle.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer held talks with the new arrival earlier this week before he got to work on the training pitch.
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