CRISTIANO RONALDO is due back at Manchester United for pre-season training on July 4. The 37-year-old has been enjoying some time off with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and five kids in Spain.
Ronaldo and Co started their travels in Majorca, where they stayed in a luxury villa, secluded from prying eyes, that sits at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains.
They arrived in style – using his £20million G200 private jet to fly there.
The happy family also spent time on CR7’s £5.5m yacht which is moored at the nearby Port Adriano.
But Ronaldo’s stay in Majorca ended with one of his Bugatti’s being crashed, supposedly by one of his bodyguards.
Ronaldo and Georgina were then spotted on the expensive yacht in Ibiza with friends.
But the time has come for Ronaldo to return to Manchester for pre-season training with new Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag.
His return comes as he has been linked with a transfer away from United after they failed to qualify for the Champions League.
Roma, Sporting Lisbon and Bayern Munich have all registered an interest in recent weeks. But club and international team-mate Bruno Fernandes says United wouldn’t want to lose such an important player.
Fernandes told Portuguese newspaper Record: “I spoke to him a few weeks ago – we’re both on vacation, no one bothers friends on vacation.
“I hope to meet him on [July 4] to train there [at Manchester United], I’m not expecting more than that.
“There is nothing more than that, but each one takes care of their future. I don’t believe that the club is willing to lose a player of the value of Cristiano.”