Man U obsessed glamour model promises Cristiano Ronaldo raunchy game-day photos

Manchester United fan and glamour model Katrina Maria has promised to post raunchy matchday photos for her followers after the club re-signed Cristiano Ronaldo on Monday.

Ronaldo returns to the club after 12 years away from the club, arriving from Italian giants Juventus and signing a contract through until the summer of 2023.

She previously vowed to push Instagram's rules on nudity during the Euros as her home country of Denmark reached the the semi-finals earlier this summer.

Originally born in the Faroe Islands, Katrina now lives in the Danish capital of Copenhagen and has just under 100,000 followers on Instagram.

Speaking to Daily Star Sport following United's signing of Ronaldo, she said: "I am so happy. I have been waiting for the day he would return, and I can't believe he is here now.

"I will post more photos. I'm planning on getting the new home shirt, with his name and number on it," she vowed.

Prior to United's win over Wolves on Sunday, the glamour model posted a picture on Instagram with the caption "I'm still crying over yesterday's news, welcome home Cristiano! What a blessing."

Katrina made headlines earlier in the summer with her posts supporting Denmark's run to the semi-finals at the Euros, having promised raunchy posts if they beat Wales in the round of 16.

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She rewarded her followers with a selection of pictures following the Danes' comfortable 4-0 victory over the Welsh back in June.

Now, following Ronaldo's return to Old Trafford, she plans to reward her thousands of followers by posing in a United shirt more often.

36-year-old Ronaldo agreed to re-join United on Friday before the deal was finalised and announced on Monday morning as the Portugal striker agreed a two-year deal.

United have the option to extend the deal for a further year having signed him from Juventus for a fee worth £13.5million which they will pay in instalments.

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