Watch Cristiano Ronaldo blow kiss to Georgina Rodriguez as Man Utd star stays fit in gym after Brentford clash delayed

CRISTIANO RONALDO blew a kiss to his partner Georgina Rodriguez as he continued his training despite Manchester United's game against Brentford being postponed.

Ronaldo and Co were due to travel to face Thomas Frank's men for a Premier League clash on Tuesday evening.

But an outbreak of Covid cases at Carrington has seen the game be delayed, with the Premier League insisting that "the health of players and staff the priority".

Yet despite Man Utd now not having a game until they host Brighton on Saturday, Ronaldo is keeping up his religious fitness schedule.

The former Real Madrid and Juventus man could be seen on the exercise bike and running machine as he maintains his supreme physical condition.

Ronaldo also posted a photo of himself relaxing in the hot tub as he enjoyed some down time following the postponed game.

It remains to be seen whether or not United's clash against Brighton will go ahead at the weekend.

SunSport understands that there are four players and some staff who were involved in the 1-0 win at Norwich City that tested positive for Covid on Sunday.

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If any more players are found to be positive then the game against Graham Potter's side will be in jeopardy.

Brighton themselves have had a small Covid outbreak in their camp which has also threatened their game against Wolves on Wednesday night.

United had their game postponed after they appealed to the Premier League claiming they had not been able to train properly and would only travel to Brentford on the day of the game.

However, if no new tests come through and the outbreak has been contained they will train as normal from Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo helped his side secure a second successive league win under new boss Ralf Rangnick by scoring the decisive penalty in their victory over Norwich.

It was the Portuguese superstar's seventh league goal of the season – his 13th in 18 matches in all competitions.



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Man Utd now sit fifth in the table, just one point behind fourth placed West Ham after 16 games.

If the Brighton game is postponed, United's next fixture will be away to Newcastle on December 27.

They will then host Burnley at Old Trafford three days later in their final match of 2021.

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