- Cristiano Ronaldo has bought a new Ferrari Monza worth 1.6 million euros
- The Portugal international is a player whose love for expensive cars knows no bound
- Juventus are currently occupying fifth position on the Italian Serie A table
Portugal international and Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has bought a new Ferrari Monza worth 1.6 million euros (around N739.7 million) after visiting the factory on Monday, May 10.
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the richest players on earth, thanks to football which has given him fame and wealth.
Gone are the days when Cristiano Ronaldo used to play football on the streets in Portugal. Today, history will continue to bare witness that the Juventus star currently has five Ballon d'Or.
On Sunday, May 9, Juventus suffered an embarrassing home defeat against AC Milan and Pirlo and his wards are now facing the possibility of missing the Champions League next season.
The Ferrari Monza is his fourth car purchased in Maranello, a super-exclusive model that entered production in 2018, capable of exceeding 300 km/h of speed.
Apart from Ferraris, Cristiano Ronaldo also has others cars in his garage and even a private jet which he uses for travelling together with his family members.
Meanwhile, there have been reports that Cristiano Ronaldo may have to leave Juventus at the end of the season if they should fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how for failing to inspire the Old Lady past AC Milan in the Serie A over the weekend, Italian press Gazzetta dello Sport has rated Cristiano Ronaldo low for his performance in the fixture.
Italian Serie A side Juventus are set to make a huge decision over the future of their manager, Andrea Pirlo after the club suffered a relatively poor season.
Andrea Pirlo’s men were condemned to a 3-0 defeat at the Allianz Stadium by AC Milan as their race to finish in the Champions League position suffers a major setback.
A goal each from Brahim Diaz, Ante Rebic, and Fikayo Tomori handed the visitors their first win over the Old Lady in Turin since March 2011.
The result could spell disaster for the ousted Champions who are now out of the Champions League qualification spot.