The King of Spain is leaving to become the King of Italy – and Cristiano Ronaldo needs a palace.
The 33-year-old Real Madrid and Manchester United legend signed for Juventus after Portugal’s exit from the World Cup which means he will have to live in or around Turin so he can give the Old Lady his best.
And although he can probably afford to keep his £4.8m mansion in the exclusive La Finca area of Pozuelo de Alarcon, Madrid, Ronaldo looks set to sell up and invest in some Italian real estate.
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Following his £99m move to Juve, Ronaldo will have to pack up his five Ballon d’Or trophies and all his medals – as well as his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez’s belongings and everything his son Cristiano Jr and his new twins own in their seven-bedroom haven.
Ronaldo has never been shy of showing off his incredible Spanish home to his 136 million Instagram followers, so if you fancy a sneak peek and putting in a bid to buy it, here you go…
It has both indoor and outdoor pools, a state-of-the-art gym, a football pitch, a huge monogramed front door, a huge underground garage – and a host of memories from nine incredible, record-breaking years with the biggest football club in the world.