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A Closer Look at the House Believed to Be Portuguese Ronaldo’s Most Expensive Residence

 Cristiano Ronaldo owned a lavish estate in his native Portugal, which is thought to be the country’s most costly house, amid rumors that he may rejoin Sporting Clube de Portugal.

According to various publications, Ronaldo might quit Manchester United after the 2018 World Cup in Qatar and go back to Sporting CP, the team where he started his career.

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According to Forbes, Ronaldo made $60 M (about Rs. 495 crore) on the field and $55 M (roughly Rs. 453 crore) off it last year, making him the third-highest paid athlete in the world.


Ronaldo, the player with the most goals in football history, has earned over $1 billion (about Rs. 8,241 crore) throughout the course of his successful career, according to Insider.


According to Insider, the legendary footballer owns a number of properties around the globe, including a $9.7 M mansion (roughly Rs 79 crore) in Madeira, a $1.8 M villa (roughly Rs 14 crore) in Marbella on the Costa del Sol, and a $18.5 M apartment (roughly Rs 152 crore) in Trump Tower in New York City.


His most recent acquisition, the most expensive house ever bought in Portugal, is situated in Quinta da Marinha’s Cascais region, one of the most expensive residential regions in the nation.


According to Sportskeeda, the three-story estate, located 40 kilometers from Lisbon, has an indoor space of 2,720 square meters and an outdoor space of 544 square meters with plenty of open space and a sizable swimming pool.


The south-facing position has an elevator, solar panels, and mesmerizing views of the Atlantic Ocean. Up to 20 cars can fit in the garage.