Cristiano Ronaldo enjoys a massive fan following across the globe and his fans are just crazy for even his one glimpse and Ronaldo does not disappoint them whenever he gets a chance. In one such instance, the Portuguese forward won the heart of a young Manchester United fan with his lovely gesture.
While on his way to the club’s training ground, Ronaldo spotted a young lad standing by the roadside, not too far from Carrington’s entrance with a cardboard sign that read “Ronaldo please could you stop. It would make my weekend." The five-time Ballon d’Or winner, who was passing by in his Lamborghini Urus, stopped and pulled over to meet the boy. The lad managed to get a quick snap with Ronaldo before exchanging brief pleasantries. It was a little yet heart-touching gesture by Ronaldo.
We’ve just signed a good player: Ole Solskjaer
Ever since Ronaldo re-joined Manchester United, he has created a buzz among the fans. While his No. 7 jersey replica broke all sales records for Man United, his teammates also seem to be in awe of the 36-year-old. However, team boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has denied any such notion that the players are unable to cope with his presence. "I think it's life as normal, we've signed a good player," said the United boss. There's always loads of attention around Cristiano, he copes with it and the players, they just get on with the job and cope with it as well,” he said.
Ronaldo made his return to the club count in the very first game against Newcastle. He scored a brace and contributed to United’s 4-1 victory. "It was a big occasion of course last week with Newcastle, the excitement of the crowd and I thought we did really well, we handled the situation and of course Cristiano, as well, delivered," said Solskjaer on Ronaldo’s debut performance. The Red Devils are prepping up for their away game against West Ham in the Premier League.