Owns Many Houses and Car Collections, Cristiano Ronaldo’s Wealth Assets Will Blow You Away

Cristiano Ronaldo, who used to live in a slum in the city of Madeira, Portugal, now lives a life of luxury. Football has changed his life.

In an interview with ESPN Ronaldo’s mother, Dolores Aveiro said “Without football, he is nothing,” which was later quoted by the Mirror.

The mother told how her son started a career as a football player which started by joining Sporting Lisbon when he was 11 years old.

To be able to join Lisbon, Ronaldo left his parents’ house in Madeira. Dolores also told how the Portuguese maestro revealed his intention to move to Manchester United.

Ronaldo became a star after playing for Manchester United under Sir Alex Ferguson. His name then shone, even more, when he managed to bring Real Madrid to 3 UCL trophies in a row.

Little Ronaldo who used to live in a poor area of ​​Madeira, now has many houses. He also has a mega-mansion in his native place.

The Manchester United icon has a home and car collection worth more than £45 million. Meanwhile, the Madeira mega-mansion is 7 million pounds sterling.

His car collection ranges from a Bugatti sports car for £8.5 million to a Marchedes for £14 thousand.

The total net worth of the Red Devil Maestro is estimated at around 363 million pounds sterling or nearly 7 trillion.

Ronaldo’s glamorous life is in stark contrast to his childhood, where he was expelled from school, then diagnosed with a weak heart condition. He also grew up in a poor area with an alcoholic father.

Now, he has his “real estate portfolio” worth 23 million pounds.

When he returned to Manchester United, he upgraded his £3 million Cheshire home to £6 million citing security reasons and claims that neighbours around him kept him up at night.

Ronaldo’s most staggering spending was £8.5 million to buy one of the ten Bugatti La Voiture Noire cars in the world. The car was ordered last year and only picked up last October.

Georgina also presented Ronaldo a Mercedes G Wagon worth 600 thousand pounds sterling.

Among the more modest cars in the automotive lineup is the £250,000 Bentley Flying Spur. He usually uses this car when he wants to go to the training ground.

Ronaldo only needed to spend ten hours of his football salary to pay for the Merc run-around.

However, it must be emphasized that the priority of Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo remains his family, plus his physical and mental health, with the support of the fitness team.

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