- Ronaldo moves from his luxurious palace because of sheep

Ronaldo moves from his luxurious palace because of sheep


Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo has moved to a new mansion less than two weeks after his return to Manchester United, amid allegations that he was unable to sleep due to a flock of sheep in the fields behind his palace.

And the British newspaper, “The Sun”, reported that Ronaldo left his luxurious 7-bedroom mansion, which is worth 9.6 million dollars in Cheshire, near Manchester, and replaced it with another less expensive mansion (4 million dollars) owned by a former player in The "Red Devils" team, without revealing his identity, but it appears that the player is Andrew Cole.

The newspaper added that "Ronaldo moved with his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, 27, and his four children from his first palace less than a week before the new palace was found," noting that the new palace is also located in the Cheshire area, and has a swimming pool, a cinema hall and a garage that accommodates four. Cars, and the palace is also equipped with surveillance cameras and electric gates, and its security is supervised by security guards.

The newspaper also indicated that real estate agents arranged a deal that would allow Ronaldo to buy the new palace, noting that it is characterized by a high degree of luxury and the presence of trees that obscure the eyes and provide privacy for those inside.

A source told The Sun: 'While the house is beautiful and is set in rolling fields and woodland, it was also close to the very noisy sheep in the early morning.

The source added, "Ronaldo is a real professional who needs a lot of rest and recovery after the matches, so he decided that it was best for him and his family to move to a new house."

Ronaldo had lived in the same area in the first period with the English team, when he was at the beginning of his sports career, so the area seems familiar to him.

Ronaldo admitted earlier this week that he was "very nervous" before making a dramatic return to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Ronaldo scored two goals in his first appearance in the "Red Devils" shirt against his guest Newcastle (4-1) in the match that brought them together last Saturday.

Cristiano Ronaldo, 36, returned to Manchester United after 12 years, during which he played nine seasons with Real Madrid between 2009 and 2018, and three seasons with Italian Juventus (2018-2021).
Source: agencies

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