Cristiano Ronaldo splurges R120 million on new Lisbon mansion

Cristiano Ronaldo splurges R120 million on new Lisbon mansion

Cristiano Ronaldo has added another mansion to his array of properties and this time, it is in his home country of Portugal. The Lisbon property is reportedly for sale at a staggering price of just under R120 million.

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The Portuguese star was reported to have acquired the mansion in July 2018 after beating two other millionaires who were also in the bidding for the luxury apartment.

According to a local report, the mini-estate is located in Avenida de Liberdade area of Lisbon and it incredibly boasts 288 square metres of luxury living space.

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Inside Lisbon's most expensive flat - bought by footie superstar Cristiano Ronaldo for £6m

Inside Cristiano Ronaldo's Lisbon luxury mini estate reportedly said to worth £6 million. Credit: Golders/Vanguard Properties via Daily Star
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With eye-catching features including a spa and indoor swimming pool, the luxury apartment also has an exciting gym, the latest electronic appliances and three large bedrooms.

The highly private apartment was reportedly built ten years ago when the Juventus star was at Manchester United.

Because of its proximity to the neighbourhood where Ronaldo began his football career as a young ambitious footballer in Portugal, the site was said to have become a tourist place for local footballers.

Inside Lisbon's most expensive flat - bought by footie superstar Cristiano Ronaldo for £6m

Cristiano Ronaldo's Lisbon luxury apartment with a spa, gym and three bedroom. Credit: Daily star
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The former Real Madrid star added the luxury empire to his collection of properties with the hope of using it as a place of retirement after he stops playing professional football.

Meanwhile, it was reported that Ronaldo's rare show of humility and respect was fully captured on Sunday evening when Juventus took on Udinese in a tough Serie A tie that ended in 3-1 victory for the Old Lady.

The Portuguese showed his predatory instinct with his first-half double that came in the space of 40 minutes, making difference as Juve got back to the top of the table.

Leonardo Bonucci was also on target with a fine header before the Udinese got a cheeky consolation through Pussetto's clinical finish.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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