GEORGINA RODRIGUEZ was back in Madrid last night as she attended a Rosalia concert at WiZink Center.
While partner Cristiano Ronaldo continues to be linked with a move away from Manchester United, Georgina took the kids for a nice evening out.
Georgina, 28, shared a number of snaps as she donned a yellow dress to the show.
She also got to go backstage after the gig, with her kids getting to meet Rosalia.
Georgina met Cristiano while living in Madrid in 2016.
She subsequently moved with him to Turin in 2018 and then to Manchester last year.
According to reports in Spain, she would like to return to Madrid full-time.
Ronaldo, 37, is being linked with a move to Atletico as he chases a Red Devils exit.
Boss Diego Simeone would love to sign him and reckons he could make a similar impact to that of Luis Suarez two seasons ago. But the Spanish giants will have to raise £34million in sales if they are to fund a deal for the Portuguese superstar. Ronaldo has told United that he wants to leave in order to keep playing Champions League football.
But Atleti will have to make player sales if they are to consider paying Ronaldo’s astronomical £480,000 a week wages.
Ronaldo has been training alone in Portugal after failing to show up for Man United’s pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia.
Boss Erik ten Hag is eager to finally meet United’s No7 face to face when the Red Devils return from Down Under.
SunSport columnist Piers Morgan believes it is “highly unlikely” that his pal Cristiano will play for Man United again.
While Atletico could offer Ronaldo a route back to the Spanish capital, former club Real Madrid, for whom he scored 450 goals in 438 games, are not interested.
CR7’s Portuguese compatriot Bruno Fernandes hasn’t been able to shed much light on the situation.
Asked about Ronaldo in Melbourne, the attacking midfielder said: “I don’t know what Cristiano said to the club, to the manager, I don’t know what’s going into his head, but we have to respect his space.
“The only thing I asked Cristiano, when he didn’t turn up, was if everything was okay with the family.
“He told me what was going on, that’s it and nothing more.”
To Read Daily News, click here