Everything we know so far about Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Manchester United, talks, and future at the club

Cristiano Ronaldo flew back to England for talks over his Manchester United future this week and was pictured at Carrington earlier today.

Former boss Sir Alex Ferguson was pictured arriving at Carrington too, with Ronaldo in attendance with agent Jorge Mendes.

So what exactly happened and is Ronaldo set to stay? There is no clear statement from United so far, instead little snippets of information have been trickling out.

Here is a look at what we know so far from Ronaldo’s first day back in Manchester…

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Everything we know so far about Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo still wants to leave Manchester United, reports The Telegraph, insisting he wants to play in the Champions League.

However, the club are ‘refusing to budge’ and insisting publicly he is not for sale. This may not deter agent Jorge Mendes from trying to find a new club, The Mail report.

Currently there have been no offers for Ronaldo, leading United with little to consider, from a practical perspective.

The Mail report Ronaldo was reunited with his Manchester United teammates as he sat in on a full debrief from manager Erik ten Hag on the club’s pre-season tour.

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Ronaldo did not take part in any training drills, and is unlikely to feature for the club in the behind closed doors friendly with Wrexham on Wednesday, or either of the friendly matches this weekend.

United have disclosed no information on Sir Alex Ferguson’s involvement, other than to suggest he was at Carrington for an unrelated reason. The Mail report Ronaldo and the former boss did meet briefly.

The Mirror report Ronaldo spent several hours at Carrington, arriving at 11am and departing at 4.55pm.

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