Cristiano Ronaldo spotted leaving Post Office as Man Utd star is flanked by bodyguards while out in city centre

CRISTIANO RONALDO headed to the Post Office ahead of Manchester United's clash against Aston Villa.

The 36-year-old was out and about in Hulme, Manchester city centre on Thursday where he walked out of the shop.

A black car was parked outside waiting for Ronaldo on Stretford Road as he left the shop, which unusually shares a building with a Subway.

Two men accompanied the five-time Ballon d'Or winner to the motor, as one passer-by could be heard shouting the Red Devils forward's name.

Posting the video on social media, the user commented: "Ronaldo just casually going in the subway opposite the flat I used to live in, madness."

Replying to the clip, another said: "I doubt Ronaldo touched any of the sandwiches, more of a salad if anything."

One then messaged: "Poor bloke has to have two minders and a convoy following him to get a sandwich."

Subway even quote tweeted the video, as they quipped: "That's the Goat debate sorted then."


Ronaldo is looking to score in his fourth consecutive game for United following his return from Juventus last month.

After being rested for the Carabao Cup defeat against West Ham on Tuesday, the Portuguese star is expected to be named in the starting XI to face Villa on Saturday.

And Ronaldo has been tipped to take sensationally take charge of United within 18 months if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn't deliver silverware.

Former Tottenham gaffer Tim Sherwood has boldly predicted: "We've seen him do it on the international stage, most recently at the Euros, barking out orders.

"That boy will be a manager 100 per cent. I would have a bet on him being Manchester United manager in 18 months.

"Whenever Ronaldo finishes playing I think he will become a manager, it will be an automatic choice.

"If they win the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, any of those trophies, then Solskjaer keeps his job.

"But if they don’t win anything I think they’ve got a manager there in the making.

"He could bring an experienced coach in there with him – someone like Carlos Queiroz – as he’ll know plenty of them. And I can see him being a manager at Man United in the future.

"He’s almost coaching now; you saw it at the weekend during the warm-up whispering in [Raphael] Varane’s and [Harry] Maguire's ears.

"But I don’t think it’s that he needs the captain’s armband to be a leader, he leads by example anyway.

"He did when he was at United the first time it’s just now he's being more vocal with it."

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