Cristiano Ronaldo had been at the top of world football for the best part of 15 years.
His ability on the football pitch, as well as his marketability, means he has earned a ridiculous amount of money in his life to date.
In fact, it’s reported that he has a net worth of $460 Million.
Ronaldo has the money to buy pretty much anything he wants. So, what does he spend his money on?
The Portuguese forward loves his cars and he he has quite the collection.
He’s also splashed out on a number of properties. And he’s added to his property empire by buying the most expensive flat ever sold in Lisbon.
It’s been reported by multiple outlets, including The Mirror, that Ronaldo splashed out £6.1 million on his Lisbon home last year, but news of the purchase has only just reached the media.
The Juventus star reportedly won a bidding war with two millionaires for the luxury flat, which is located in the Castilho 203 building in the Avenida de Liberdade area of the city.
It’s also located next to the Eduardo VII Park, close to the neighbourhood he spent some of his childhood.
It covers 3,100 square feet and includes a spa, an indoor swimming pool, a gym and three large bedrooms.
Sounds good, right? Well you can see for yourself what Ronaldo has purchased by viewing pictures of the flat below…
The living room looks rather nice…
Ronaldo really is living the dream. He splashed out a lot of money on this property but it looks like it was worth every penny.
Will Ronaldo cause trouble for his neighbours? According to Betty, a woman that lives next to him in Turin, Ronaldo will be no trouble at all.
“A lot of silence, no parties. I’ve never seen cars pass by our private road,” she said, per the Sun.
“I often see him at the wheel of a Rolls-Royce. We see him pass every day, with tinted windows. But in the garage of his house he also has sports cars, like a Lotus.
He has a beautiful indoor pool and a small garden. and well taken care of with colourful flowers.
“I see Cristiano Junior often wandering with his skateboard, up and down the street that leads to our homes, always with the bodyguards behind.
“Like the mother, Georgina, also followed by a babysitter who helps her with both cars – one double for the twins and one individual.”