Georgina Rodriguez shows off incredible bikini body in sea amid uncertainty over Cristiano Ronaldo's Man Utd future | The Sun

GEORGINA RODRIGUEZ has shown off her incredible bikini body in the sea as she enjoys some time away with her and boyfriend Cristiano Ronaldo's children.

The Argentine beauty, 28, was in Sardinia on Friday and got a new tattoo which appears to be a baby with angel wings.




And this time, Georgina has shared some family photos alongside Manchester United star Ronaldo's five children – two of which are hers.

Cristiano Jr, Eva, Alana and Mateo posed for photos alongside doting Georgina in the sea.

Newborn Bella also accompanied her siblings on the trip, watching on from a Dior pram.

Georgina stunned in a green and blue floral bikini, showing off her incredible figure.

While his family is enjoying the sun, Ronaldo is still trying to sort out his future at Man Utd.

The 37-year-old expressed his desire to leave Old Trafford following the club's failure to qualify for the Champions League.

Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes held talks with a number of top European clubs, but no moves have been made for the legendary forward as of yet.

There's five days left in the transfer window for Ronaldo to secure a move away.

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Napoli have become the latest club to linked with Ronaldo.

A potential loan deal has been discussed but his wages could prove to be a stumbling block.

Ronaldo finds himself on the bench for the second game in a row as United take on Southampton on Saturday.

The forward was a late sub in United's 2-1 win over rivals Liverpool earlier this week.




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