CRISTIANO RONALDO has been working hard in the gym as he gears up to make his Al-Nassr debut.
The Portugal superstar signed a £173million contract with the Saudi Pro League this week.
But Ronaldo missed their 2-0 win over Al-Ta'ee.
That's because the 37-year-old is currently suspended.
Ronaldo's bandates back to April when he slammed an Everton supporters phone out of their hand.
As a result, he was fined and handed a two-match ban by the FA back in November.
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But he didn't play for Manchester United again, meaning he's being forced to sit out the first two competitive Al-Nassr games he's available for.
In the mean time, he watched their game on Friday while doing some work on an exercise bike and celebrated as Talisca scored his second goal of the game.
And Ronaldo is continuing to work hard ahead of his debut.
The forward was snapped in the gym by the club's official Twitter account doing some stretches and running on a treadmill.
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Ronaldo will miss Al-Nassr's game with Al-Shabab next Saturday and is likely to make his debut against Ettifaq later this month.
But the Saudi club haven't been able to register the forward as they are at the limit of their foreign player quota.
And must axe one of their overseas stars in order for Ronaldo to play.
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