The Portuguese footballer’s real estate portfolio is said to be worth around €27.3 million.
Cristiano Ronaldo, who this summer moved from Juventus to Manchester United, has assets valued at €53.5 million in houses and cars alone according to a report by The Sun newspaper.
According to the newspaper, the Portuguese international owns several mansions around the world, namely in the USA (New York), Spain (Marbella and Madrid), Italy (Turin), England (Chesire) and, of course, Portugal, where he owns property in Madeira and another in Lisbon.
Cristiano Ronaldo has around 20 luxury cars in his garage, including a Bugatti La Voiture Noire, valued at ten million euros – one of ten that exist in the world. The exclusive car collection also includes a Rolls-Royce Cullinan, a Lamborghini Aventador, a Ferrari F12 TDF, a Bentley Flying Spur and a Mercedes-Benz C220 CDI, among others.
One of the most recent controversies involving one of the Portuguese footballer’s houses is related to the marquee that Cristiano Ronaldo built in his luxury penthouse located on top of the Castilho 203 building, in Lisbon, which was later destroyed.