Cristiano Ronaldo proved he still has to do normal everyday chores just like the rest of us when he was pictured stopping off at his local post office before Manchester United welcome Aston Villa to Old Trafford.
The five-time Ballon D'or winner was running errands in Hulme, Manchester city centre on Thursday - leaving in style as he made his way out of the post office and into a luxury black car, walking past the sandwich shop Subway that shares part of the building.
The 36-year-old forward was accompanied by what appeared to be two members of security to keep him at bay from adoring fans.
Ronaldo will almost certainly be in United's starting eleven for the visit of Dean Smith's Villa side on Saturday lunchtime, which has had it's kick-off time moved ensuring it will clash with Chelsea's contest against Manchester City - a rare occasion that sees the Premier League enjoy two Saturday lunchtime kick-offs simultaneously.
This is due to the fact a nearby concert coincidentally for United supporting band The Courteeners that evening has forced the fixture to be shifted back at the request of Trafford Council Safety Advisory Group.
The Portugal captain has already had a staggering impact since his return at the end of last month, notching four goals in three appearances across all competitions.
His arrival has prompted teammate David de Gea to claim that United can now once again fight for club football's biggest honours.
"We signed good players [in the summer] and we already had a good squad," De Gea told Sky Sports.
"We are there at the top of the league fighting for every game, of course it is hard, it is the best league in the world.
"Every game is difficult, we want to fight for the big trophies, try to fight for the Premier League, the Champions League, for everything.
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"I think we have the squad and the players and we have the fans with us so it's amazing. I think the club is in a good point.
"I think there are top teams fighting for the league, like always in the Premier League. So let's see what happens, be focused on the next games and just prepare properly and put everything on the pitch and in training."Read More Read More