Manchester United’s new signing, 36, has relocated from one seven-bed property to another because he enjoys his downtime in between matches.
Cristiano Ronaldo has moved from one villa to another as lambs were waking him and his family up at night.
An armed security crew drove the Manchester United star and his family away to a £6million mansion on 23 acres just days after securing his return to the club.
In order to get away from his baaing woes, Ronaldo moved into a £3million seven-bed mansion owned by a former Manchester United great.
A security team had whisked the Manchester United great and his family away to a £6million mansion on 23 acres just days after he had sealed his return to the club with a new contract.
However, the striker, his fiancée Georgina Rodriguez, 27, and their four children were forced to leave after less than a week due to the racket made by the sheep and concerns about their safety.
According to a source, “While the property is magnificent and tucked in rolling fields and woodland, it is also close to sheep, which are extremely raucous in the mornings.”
A public pathway ran across the grounds, and the road at the front provided a glimpse of the property’s interior from the outside.
It was determined that because Ronaldo is a true professional who sets a high value on relaxation and recovery following games, it was preferable if he and his family relocated.
The new home, located in Cheshire, includes a pool, a movie room, and a four-car garage, which will house some of his £17million supercar collection.
It is protected by surveillance cameras, electric gates, and guards that patrol the perimeter.
According to the property’s estate brokers, the property is unique because of its “gardens that conceal the house from view,” despite the fact that it is only a short walk from nightlife and restaurants.
According to a source, Ronaldo formerly resided in the area, so it feels like he is back home.
Georgina Rodriguez shared a snapshot of their children enjoying the English countryside with the rest of the world.
“His children attend a private school, and he thinks that after the excitement surrounding his return to United has died down, he will be able to take Georgina out and show her some of the sights in the area.”
Some of his followers refer to him as the GOAT, or the Greatest Of All Time, while others refer to him as The Winker, for his role in getting England’s Wayne Rooney sent off during the 2006 World Cup.
On August 27, United announced that they and Juventus have reached an agreement on Ronaldo’s contract, which The Sun dubbed “The Second Coming of Crist.”
On Saturday, he got off to a great start by scoring twice in a 4-1 victory over Newcastle United.
The club’s 2-1 Champions League loss to Young Boys in Switzerland on Tuesday was his second goal in as many games this season.
Ronaldo scored 118 goals in 292 appearances during his first Manchester United tenure, which spanned 2003-2009.