Former Manchester United winger Nani has shown off his incredible ripped body transformation.
The Portuguese winger is now playing for Orlando City in the MLS, but has been out of action for several months due to the coronavirus lockdown.
However, not playing appears to have made Nani even more determined to hit the gym and get ripped.
The 33-year-old was certainly never out of shape, but was certainly much leaner during his United days.
But the Florida lifestyle appears to have turned him into a beast on the weights, as shown by his most recent Instagram post.
Alongside a snap of him tensing on a rock, he wrote: “Day off vibes #MLSisBack #OrlandoCity #dayoff #relax.”
Fans were taken aback by his incredible body, and hailed his efforts in the gym in the replies to the post.
“Give me some of those abs man,” one wrote.
“The best player ever,” a second added.
While a third asked “How r u so ripped?”
“Stomach looking photoshopped but it aint smh,” a helpless third replied.
As a fifth quizzed: “You mean no days off right????”
Nani recently opened up about Sir Alex Ferguson’s final game in the Champions League when United were sent crashing out by Real Madrid after he was controversially sent off.
“For sure he knew that was his last season because for a couple of years before there were rumours that Ferguson was in his last year but he kept going,” Nani told the UTD Podcast.
“That year was so special because we were doing great in Champions League and in the Premier League and he knew in that game if we beat Real Madrid we would be the champion again. It was a big opportunity.
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“Everyone knew that because we were so strong but they found a way to send me off. I was playing so well and making a difference in that game, I remember that.
“There was no reason to send me off. Even Mourinho and Ferguson they came to me and said: ‘No problem, it’s not your fault’.
“I apologised to the team even though I knew it wasn’t my fault, there was no intention. I was looking at the ball and doing the [Zinedine] Zidane control but they had to find something to help them [Real Madrid].”