Cristiano Ronaldo's love for cars is second to none and the total money the Juventus striker has spent on supercars is reported to be around £16million.
It is understood that 35-year-old recently acquired the Bugatti Centodieci which costs around £8.5m with only ten copies of the car made by the manufacturer.
CR7 already owns a Bugatti Chiron and a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse before buying Centodieci.
The Centodieci has an eight litre W16 engine, with special models having 1600hp, some 100hp more than the Chiron model and three times the price.
The car can reach a top speed of 236mph covering 0-62mph in just 2.4 seconds similar to his pace on the field.
Here are the other supercars parked in Ronaldo's garage and their price
1. Mercedes G-Wagon Brabus (£600,000)
2. Bugatti Chiron (£2.15m)
3. Bugatti Veyron (£1.7m)
4. Lamborghini Aventador (£260,040)
5. Roll Royce Cullinan (£330,000)
6. Chevrolet Camaro (£35,000)
7. Ferrari F12 TDF (£350,000)
8. Range Rover Sport (£100,000)
9. Mercedes AMG GLE 63 (£127,000)
10. Mclaren Senna, (£1m)
11. Bentley Continental GT (£151,000)
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo is happy as his mum Dolores Aveiro has been discharged from the hospital after suffering from a stroke in the past few weeks, Daily Mail.
Dolores was released from the hospital last Saturday after spending nearly two weeks trying to recover from a life-threatening ailment.
She posted a photo of herself on social media after her departure from the hospital then her son Ronaldo could not hide how happy he was as he posted a family picture on Instagram.
"Feeling very thankful to have my mum home from hospital and recovering.
"Look after your family and loved ones. #stayhomesavelives."
Legit.ng also reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has been criticized for breaking Juventus quarantine after posting several pictures of himself in the swimming pool during the Coronavirus pandemic, Daily Mail.
The 35-year-old returned to his homeland in Madeira at the end of February to visit his mum who suffered a stroke.
But the Bianconeri striker has not returned to Italy due to the outbreak of COVID-19 that spread across Europe and around the world.
CR7 is currently with his family in their luxurious home in Portugal and he has posting pictures on social media of his activities in his seaside mansion.
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