- Cristiano Ronaldo lives in £7m Madeira home
- That is where he is staying on isolation with family
- Ronaldo completed the mansion last summer
Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is currently isolating himself and other member of his family at the £7m Madeira home in Portugal which has two pools and football pitch.
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the richest athletes in the world considering the money he has made since he began his professional football career.
Hardly is there anything money can buy that Cristiano Ronaldo won't go for if he really wants such thing and that's why he has many expensive cars and properties.
The former Real Madrid star has been in Portugal since last month when coronavirus became more terrible in Italy in which he was unable to fly back.
And since the Italian Serie A has been put on break, Cristiano Ronaldo decided to stay back in his stunning mansion in Madeira with his kids, Georgina Rodriguez, mother, brother and sister.
The seven storey building where Cristiano Ronaldo is currently isolating himself in was reported to be completed last summer four years after he bought the warehouse and converted it to mansion.
Ronaldo's mansion poses of two Olympic-sized swimming pools, jacuzzi and a football pitch where the five time Ballon d'Or winner can train himself.
Mansion in Madeira is also said to be having an underground garage where five cars can be packed in there.
Ronaldo is aiming to win the League title again with Juventus this season and also the Champions League which he failed to lift last term.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Cristiano Ronaldo was named as the greatest player of all time by fans beating his arch rival Lionel Messi of Barcelona in a World Cup voting style set up to pick the winner.
The Portugal international and Lionel Messi have been into serious rivalry for years in which seven Ballon d'Or awards have been won by these two players.
But the arguments of who is the greatest or best footballer between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi is what will continue among football fans all over the world and even pundits.
However, Spanish medium Marca set up a voting World Cup style for fans to pick who they think is the best or greatest footballer ever.
The voting pattern starts from the round of 16, where Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo moved from each from the group.
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