After a good medical in Lisbon on Monday, United formally announced the Portugal star's return on a lucrative two-year deal with the option of a third.
It was a stunning turn of events after rumours on Friday suggested Ronaldo was set to join Manchester City's competitors.
Despite playing out wide for United for 12 years, Solskjaer envisions a centre striker role for the five-time world player of the year.
''Cristiano has matured as a player; he used to play wide right, wide left, and upfront, but he's now more of a centre forward for me." On Sunday, Solskjaer told reporters
Moreover, Ronaldo is expected to make his second debut against Newcastle United on Sunday, September 12 (AEST), following the international break for World Cup qualifiers with the Portugal national team, according to multiple reports by mark ogden
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