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(Video) Sky Sports cameras pick up Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival for training

After helping his nation to a 2-1 win over Ireland last week, Cristiano Ronaldo was released early from the Portugal camp. The decision came due to the forward being suspended for their World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan.

The early release was positive news for Manchester United, however, as he was able to complete a five-day quarantine in Manchester before he started training with his new teammates.

On Tuesday this week, the club published the first official photos of the 36-year-old back in training as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his squad ramp up preparations for the fixture against Newcastle this weekend.

Footage courtesy of Sky Sports/Football Daily

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As expected, plenty of cameras were in place on Wednesday morning as Ronaldo arrived at United’s Carrington training complex for his second session.

Sky Sports managed to pick up footage of the superstar driving into work, with Ronaldo even giving the reporters a wave before snubbing a fan’s request for a picture, as seen above.

Ronaldo could make his second debut for the club this weekend but it remains to be seen whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opts to start or introduce him as a substitute.

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