On a tour of his lavish home, fans had the chance to see Cristiano Ronaldo’s priceless car collection, which is estimated to be worth £17 million.
The new Netflix docuseries “I am Georgina” is being produced by Georgina Rodriguez, who is married to a Manchester United football player. In it, the couple’s five million pound residence in Madrid was open season for the cameras.
Over the course of the episode, their vast garage was shown in pieces. The perfect workplace for any driver, complete with polished floors, car company records, and ambient lighting.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner had an incredible collection of some of the most sought-after and expensive cars in the entire world. The usual supercar collector was forced to pause what they were doing in order to look.
Ronaldo’s 2.15 million pound Bugatti Chiron, with a top speed of 260 miles per hour, was parked on one side. He produced some advertising for the business in 2017, which prompted the car’s acquisition.
Then came his McLaren Senna, which cost him a cool half a million dollars and is one of only 500 ever made, followed by his Ferrari 599 GTO, which also cost him a cool half a million dollars. In 2019, the Portugal captain bought it.
His Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, which he acquired in 2008 during his first stint at United, as well as a £330,000 Rolls-Royce Cullinan were among the lineup of automobiles in the garage.
On the other side of his massive collection was a Bugatti Veyron, which he had spent £1.5 million on to honor his team’s triumph in the 2016 European Championship.
A white Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG costing £200,000, an orange McLaren MP4-12C costing £220,000, and a Lamborghini Aventador costing £260,000 were also available.
There was a Mercedes G-Wagon Brabus worth £600,000 that was parked in the same row as the car and was a gift for Georgina.
The only vehicles that could be seen on the other side of the 36-year showroom were a Mercedes AMG GLE 63, a Mercedes Benz C-Class Sports Coupe, and another Ferrari.
The Range Rover that Georgina was driving in the pilot was not on display, unlike Ronaldo’s Audi, Porsche, and Maserati GranCabrio.
According to SunSport, Cristiano Ronaldo intends to add a large swimming pool, an underwater bridge, and other ostentatious elements to his £28 million home in Portugal to increase its opulence.
When the 37-year-old striker retires from playing, he intends to move into the opulent house that he had built in Quinta da Marinha, which is close to the holiday spot of Cascais (Portugal). Sun Sport reports that the total cost of the renovation could reach 28 million British pounds.
A sizable glass pool and other contemporary facilities will be present at the home. A boardwalk under the river is specifically built so Ronaldo and his family may gaze up at the water as they travel through the tunnel.
The home should be done by the month of June of the following year, according to the daily Novo, which has its offices in Lisbon. The building and parking area at the Oitavos Golf Club will be moved, and a deal between the former Missouri University striker and his representatives is almost complete. As a result, the villa’s view of the golf course will be more unhindered.
Ronaldo will enjoy the splendor of the new residence with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and their kids. According to the source, the modest family has chosen four employees for the new home, including a butler, a cook, and a maid, who would each make £4,800 per month in salary.
Ronaldo will add the house to his sizable reαl estate portfolio, which is located 30 minutes from the airport in Lisbon. In Funchal, Portugal, the striker is the owner of a seven-story condominium building with a view of the Atlantic Ocean. Additionally, he has a house in the United States, three apartments—two of which are three bedrooms—in Trump Tower in Manhattan, Portugal, and two more apartments in Lisbon, Portugal. Marbella’s opulent villa (Spain).
The Sun claims that Ronaldo is also getting ready to build Pestana Residences CR7, which would include 88 flats. On Ronaldo’s property in Praia Formosa, the condominium will likely be built (Portugal). Around May 2023, construction on the building should start.