Cristiano Ronaldo was part of coach Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid 24-man squad who have now touched down in Skopje ahead of their UEFA Super Cup clash against Manchester United.
Champions League winners Real Madrid will face Europa League Champions Manchester United in the European Super Cup on Tuesday in the capital of Macedonia.
Ronaldo is unlikely to be given a starting place but is believed to be held back for the Spanish Super Cup first leg against Barcelona.
Confirming thier arrival in Skopje on Monday, Real Madrid said: "Real Madrid are already in Skopje. The Whites, who will face Manchester United in the European Super Cup on Tuesday at the Philip II National Arena landed in the capital of Macedonia at around 1:30pm after a flight of just under three hours.
"The madridistas made their way to the Aleksandar Palace Hotel where they will be based during their stay."