London, July 31 : Mancheter United's Critiano Ronaldo is reportedly putting in six hours of rehab training so that he can play again in two months.
According to Antonio Gaspar, the physiotherapist in charge of his rehab, the Portuguese winger has not had too many days off from his training, as he recovers from ankle surgery.
"Cristiano works for five to six hours a day and we haven't had that many days off. The trip to LA was fantastic. We were able to work far from the pressure. He will be fit again by the end of September or in the first days of October," The Sun quoted Gaspar, as saying.