The 37-year-old is keeping his fitness up as he looks for a new team (Picture: Getty)

Cristiano Ronaldo is welcome back four years after leaving Real Madrid, with the 37-year-old invited to train in the Spanish capital this week.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was last seen walking through the tunnel of the Al Thumama stadium in tears after Portugal’s surprise World Cup quarter-final win against Morocco.

Ronaldo is now looking for a new club, as his contract with Manchester United was terminated last month following an explosive interview with Piers Morgan.

There are reports that Ronaldo has signed a two-and-a-half year contract worth a whopping £432 million to join Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr, although that move doesn’t seem close following his departure from the Saudi Arabian club. -Arab club Club Al. – Wetr. Wednesday on the training ground of Real Madrid.

According to Spanish newspaper Relevo, the striker made a surprise appearance at Real’s training complex in Valdebebas as he tried to maintain his fitness before the window opens in January.

Despite his advanced age and mixed form for club and country, the Portuguese captain still believes he has the ability to play for a club of Champions League caliber.

Ronaldo turned to Real’s hierarchy to see if he could train with Valdebebas in anticipation of a new club, with the Spanish giants eager to welcome one of their all-time greatest players.

Ronaldo spent nine hugely successful seasons at Real Madrid (Image: Getty)

There is no evidence that Ronaldo’s performance could point to a possible Madrid return, as manager Carlo Ancelotti gave the green light to his training request.

The Italian has returned for his second spell at Real and was also two of Ronaldo’s nine seasons at the Bernabeu, where they won the Champions League and Copa del Rey together.

Ronaldo – who still has a home in Madrid – led an individual training session with a personal fitness trainer in Valdebebas, although his sighting caused surprise and shock among the players and staff present.

The veteran striker has kept out of touch with his old teammates, although Real’s youth players rushed to catch a glimpse of him in action.

Following Portugal’s elimination from the World Cup, Ronaldo issued a lengthy statement on social media, saying: “I want you all to know that much has been said, much written and speculated, but my commitment to Portugal has been lately fallen, not changed. a moment. I have always been someone who fought for everyone’s cause and I would never turn my back on my colleagues and my country.

“For now there is nothing more to say about it. thanks portugal Thanks Quatar The dream was beautiful while it lasted. Now we hope that time will be a good guide and that everyone can draw their own conclusions.”