CRISTIANO RONALDO’S kids have started their new school in Manchester as Georgina Rodriguez posted a cute snap.
With Ronaldo completing a sensational transfer return to United, his partner Georgina and four kids have also uprooted to the UK.
Cristiano Jr, 11, with Mateo, four, left, Alana Martina, three, and Eva Maria
Cristiano Ronaldo pictured with his four kids
For his children Cristiano Jr, 11, Eva Maria, four, Mateo, four and Alana Martina, three, it meant moving schools.
And they all posed for an adorable family picture in their uniforms as they prepare for life in England.
Cristiano Jr, who previously starred for Juventus’ youth squad, was born in America in 2010, believed to be with a surrogate mother.
Ronaldo then announced in June 2017 that he had fathered twins via a surrogate mother again, also in the United States.
The same year, Georgina gave birth to birth to baby daughter Alana Martina.
Ronaldo, 36, left United in 2009 to join Real Madrid in a then-record £80million move.
From there, he joined Juventus but after three years in Italy, the Portugal icon told the club he wanted to leave.
United, who first signed Ronaldo in 2003 from Sporting Lisbon, swooped in and agreed a deal nearing £13m.
And it could now also see his eldest join United’s U-12 side, who Wayne Rooney’s boy Kai, 12, plays for.
Rooney, who won the Champions League and English title with Ronaldo, spoke glowingly about his former team-mate after news of his return.
He said: “Cristiano is still one of the best players in the world and has won titles everywhere he’s been so he’s going to be huge
“He still wants to be the best and I’m sure he will have a big impact on them this season.
“Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] will certainly know that he’s in a position now where he needs to start winning these big titles with the players that he’s brought in.
“For their development, to get to the next step now is to start winning titles.”
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