CRISTIANO RONALDO could be in Erik ten Hag’s bad books after his prank against Spurs.
But the Manchester United outsider remains focused on football by relaxing in over a GRAND worth of compression-recovery training pants.
Ronnie, 37, could be on his way out of Old Trafford for the second time after changing ends on Sunday.
The Portuguese legend refused to be a substitute in United’s 2-0 win over Tottenham.
And then he charged down the tunnel before exiting Old Trafford before the final whistle.
Ronaldo, who looked furious upon his arrival at Carrington, has since been dropped from United’s squad to take on Chelsea.
And he may have played his last game for the Red Devils, with SunSport exclusively revealing boss Ten Hag is ready to let Ronaldo go.
Meanwhile, the veteran trained with United’s Under-21s on Friday after being relegated from the senior team.
After a grueling session, Ronaldo took to Instagram with a story snap.
And in it, he revealed he wore very expensive recovery gear to maintain his fitness.
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Ronaldo appeared to be wearing Therabody pneumatic compression pants, with the RecoveryAir PRO leggings retailing at £1,129.
According to the manufacturer’s website, it’s a “form of pressure massage” that flushes bad fluids from muscles and replaces them with “fresh, nutrient-rich blood.”
This, in turn, increases blood flow, allowing for faster and more efficient recovery.
Ronaldo captioned the snap: “We’re moving on.”
He’s a big fan of innovative recovery ideas.
Earlier this year, Ronaldo stripped down to his pants for a session in a cryotherapy chamber.
Other veterans such as Chelsea’s Thiago Silva are also praising the extra care they have put into recovery to extend their careers at the top.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6498886/cristiano-ronaldo-man-utd-training-therabody-recovery-air-pro/ Cristiano Ronaldo relaxes in £1,129 compression tracksuit bottoms after training with Man Utd Under-21s after Ten Hag rap