Cristiano Ronaldo returns to training with Real Madrid ahead of Celta Vigo clash

Cristiano Ronaldo returns to training with Real Madrid ahead of Celta Vigo clash

- Cristiano Ronaldo has resumed training for Real Madrid

- The Portugal captain missed his side 3 - 2 defeat to Sevilla due to injury worries

- But he is back in training and is certain to play in the Champions League final

World best footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo, was back in action for Real Madrid as they trained on Friday morning, May 11, ahead of their clash with Celta Vigo.

CR7 sat out Wednesday's defeat to Sevilla after being forced off at half-time during Sunday's Clasico draw with Barcelona.

Ronaldo sprained his ankle while scoring his side's first equaliser leading to fears over his fitness for the Champions League final showdown with Liverpool on May 26.

But the Portugal captain has quenched fears of his fans by taking part in his team's session at their Valdebebas Sport Complex on a sunny morning in Madrid.

Dailymail report that the former Man United ace only got involved in the more relaxed portion of the session before working on his recovery in the gym for the second half.

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And Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has insisted his star man will be fully fit by the time the Kiev clash with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool comes around.

Speaking about the Champions League, Zidane said: "They are all going to arrive at the Champions League final,"

"The worst is Cristiano, because it's just happened, but he's fine. It's incredible that he's already walking after 48 hours.

"That shows his ambition, his desire to want to play. It would be perfect if he was able to play against Villarreal."

Zidane continued:"It's a sprain, but there's not damage to the fibula. The ankle is stable. Everyone will be available for the final, I'm telling you, 150 per cent. Everyone will be back, Cristiano, Isco and Carvajal."

The rest of the Los Blancos squad looked in good spirits as they put the finishing touches on their preparations before hosting Celta Vigo on Saturday night May 12.

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Real Madrid sit three points behind local rivals Atletico Madrid but will be hoping to upset them to second with two games left to play. previously reported that It has been confirmed Cristiano Ronaldo will be fit to play the Champions League final against Liverpool despite injuring his ankle in El Clasico.

The Real Madrid talisman was substituted at half-time in the Clasico clash with Barcelona prompting fears he could miss the showpiece in Kiev.

However, scan has revealed he only suffered a sprain and doctors have said the 33-year-old has no danger of missing out in the epic battle.

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