- Cristiano Ronaldo's bodyguards are twin brothers who worked as Special Forces in the military for Portugal
- The hefty men have been spotted following the Manchester United star about since he returned to the club in the summer
- It is understood that Sergio and Jorge Ramalheiro are part of a set of triplets as their third brother is a police officer
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The pair walked as soldiers for Portugal as special Forces posted to Afghanistan some few years back before venturing into private security business.
The brothers are often seen in a black Range Rover jeep driving behind the five-time Ballon d'Or winner wherever he goes.
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After the international break, Sergio and Jorge drove closely behind Ronaldo into United's training ground at Carrington after Portugal's disappointing spell at the World Cup qualifiers.
The duo were also present during Ronaldo's daughter's Alana, who clocked four recently as they watched over activities during the birthday party.
A recent report from a local media in Portugal revealed that the twins were part of triplets with their third brother Alexandre still believed to be in the police force of their native land.
An insider told local media:
“Sergio and Jorge dress elegantly and look very normal.
“They are capable of mixing with the crowd but they are quick to think, see and act at the right moment.”
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo was spotted driving his £250,000 (N138m) Bentley after a disappointing international break with Portugal, The Sun.
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The five-time Ballon d'Or winner left his country without a guaranteed World cup slot after Serbia took the only automatic ticket in the group.
The Portugal international who is looking for his 800th career goal was seen driving to United's Carrington training with two bodyguards following him behind in a Range Rover Sport.
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Legit.ng had also reported Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will reportedly pocket a mouthwatering £7.5million (N4bn) payout from Man United after he was sacked as manager.
Solskjaer was shown the door at Old Trafford on Sunday, November 21, barely hours after United were humiliated 4-1 by Watford at Vicarage Road.
His sacking came after weeks of immense pressure occasioned by the Red Devils' woeful run of results which included heavy defeats to rivals Liverpool and Man City.