Cristiano Ronaldo has accomplished medical at Manchester United following his shock transfer to the English giants.
Recall that final week, the Premier League aspect had introduced they’d reached an settlement with Juventus to re-sign the 36-year-old forward.
In keeping with the Manchester membership, they’ve additionally agreed to non-public phrases and a two-year contract with Ronaldo and Juventus, with the required features of the deal to be finalised earlier than the deadline on Tuesday night time.
The Premier League membership pays round €15m (£12.87m) plus an additional €8m (£6.86m) in add-ons for the Portugal captain, who underwent a medical in Lisbon over the weekend.
In an interview with SkySports on Sunday, United supervisor, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer welcomed the upcoming capture of Ronaldo.
He stated: “We’re excited by the entire story Cristiano has had at Manchester United.
“Hopefully we are able to get the paperwork sorted and announce him very quickly. He’s a winner and an amazing human being. The gamers are excited, and l am excited to maintain including to this squad.
“He provides one thing fully completely different. It provides extra confidence and perception to what we’re doing and what we’re constructing.
“We all know he’s a extra skilled participant than he was when he was right here final time, he has advanced and had an unbelievable profession. I’m certain he likes all of the discuss ‘he’s too outdated’. Make it private and he’ll present what he can do.”
Solskjaer disclosed that Ronaldo would doubtless be going straight into the primary group, warning his Manchester United forwards to be ready to battle for his or her spot.
He added: “He isn’t signing to sit down on the bench. He’s going to make us a greater group.
“We have to get all of the paperwork achieved, hopefully, we are able to get that sorted and we are able to announce it 100 per cent.
“Then he’s away with Portugal, they’ve three games, his final recreation is Tuesday (September 7) after which we are able to get him again to Manchester and concerned as quickly as attainable.”
Recall that Ronaldo, who scored 118 targets in 292 games throughout his first spell with United between 2003 and 2009.