Oh, to be the doctor that examined Cristiano Ronaldo on Monday.
The Portuguese soccer stud underwent a medical exam—where he happily posed shirtless—before being unveiled to a crowd of 80,000 adoring ans as the newest member of Real Madrid.
It is thought 80,000 fans flocked to the club’s stadium for the event - the largest such gathering since Diego Maradona attracted 75,000 when signing for Napoli from Barcelona in 1984.
“I am just so happy to be here,’’ he told the supporters inside the ground. “For me, I have made my childhood dream a reality, which was nothing less than playing for Real Madrid.
“I didn’t expect a jam-packed stadium - this is truly impressive.’‘
Equally as impressive is Ronaldo himself and his never-ending quest to reveal as much skin as possible, whether he’s vacationing on the West Coast, undergoing a medical exam or stripping off his jersey after a match. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
Hat tip to Oh La La.
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