The Second Debut of Cristiano Ronaldo for Manchester United could make Fans to Wait till Next Tuesday

The Portuguese icon, Cristiano Ronaldo moved back to his former club, Manchester United from Juventus this summer. Considering this shift, there has been a lot of excitement and discussion among the fans. The audience is elated to have their favorite star back in the Manchester United squad and can’t keep calm to see his second debut. However, fans might need to wait till next Tuesday to see their favorite star in the Red Devils’ jersey.

The Second Debut Cristiano Ronaldo for Manchester United: Here’s Why It Can be Delayed

Expectantly, Ronaldo will be returning to Carrington for training this week after completing five days quarantine as per the Covid 19 safety protocols. Hence, the 36-year-old star will not have sufficient time to prepare for the upcoming game against Newcastle United, this Saturday.

He will only get a day of training with his mates ahead of the showdown. Therefore, chances are high that the star striker might be having his second debut for Manchester United in the away trip to Switzerland, against Bern, this coming Tuesday.

The star Portuguese striker recently achieved the prestigious mark of highest international goals during the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Earlier this week, he was released from International Duty. There’s no denying regarding Ronaldo’s physical fitness and he will be ready to be in action.

However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have the final call, whether he thinks it suitable to have Ronaldo into the side.

There is a lot of speculation at the moment regarding Cristiano Ronaldo’s second debut for his former club. Fans are impatiently waiting to see their favorite player back in Man Utd colors! We can get the answers only this Saturday when Man Utd takes off Newcastle United, at 3 pm.

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