Cristiano Ronaldos incredible mansions through the years thanks to £789m wealth

Since Cristiano Ronaldo broke onto the scene he has quickly become accustomed to a lavish lifestyle thanks to the bumper contracts allowing him to live in unbelievable homes.

The Portugal captain returned to Manchester United this summer after 12 years away on a two-year contract, with the option of a further one-year extension.

According to the Daily Mail, Ronaldo earns £385,000 per week at United without all the additional money he will gain from sponsorships and his CR7 brand.

He has hit the ground running since returning to the Red Devils, scoring three goals in two league appearances and reminding the Premier League that he is one of the best players to ever grace a football pitch, even at 36.

So, with such extortionate funds hitting his bank account on a weekly basis, where has Ronaldo lived over the years?

Manchester

Ronaldo first played for United between 2003 and 2009, and three of those years he spent living in this unbelievable home.

Based in Alderley Edge, the house boasts five bedrooms, a ridiculously large garden, a cinema room and a pool area with all the trimmings, including a jacuzzi.

The mansion is thought to have been worth £3million, though Ronaldo did sell it in 2018 … little did he know he’d need a Manchester-based home just a few years later.

Madrid

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When CR7 broke the hearts of the United faithful and became the most expensive player in the world by joining Real Madrid for £80m, obviously, he got a tasty pay rise.

With a football pitch in the garden as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools, the new pad set Ronaldo back £4.8million.

The house, of course, had a large gym and numerous living spaces for the whole family to enjoy.

The garden space is the highlight of the property and was the perfect spot for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner to top up on his tan.

Turin

After nine years in Madrid, winning the La Liga twice and the Champions League four times, Ronaldo was sold to Juventus for £88million.

Now looking to leave his mark on the Serie A, Ronaldo needed a suitable mansion to relax at when he was home from a hard days training and he found it in the hills of Turin.

The very private property is made up of two adjoining villas has a pool, state-of-the-art gym and a large nursery for his four children to enjoy.

““It is as if Turin were at the feet of Ronaldo,” wrote Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport shortly after Ronaldo’s arrival. “A tribute of the city to the long-awaited and newly arrived champion.”

Marbella

As if Ronaldo’s houses are not luxurious enough already, in 2019 the global superstar purchased an incredible holiday home in Marbella for £1.4million.

The seaside property has a beautiful infinity pool area, a private golf course and four bedrooms.

Nicknamed ‘'The Superstars Cul-De-Sac', the area where the property is situated is packed to the brim with famous faces and there are suitable facilities for the celebrities built in and around the region.

Ronaldo’s holiday home is nothing short of spectacular and if he ever has a spare room going, count me in.

New Manchester Home

Since Ronaldo’s homecoming to Old Trafford was such a short-lived saga, the former Sporting forward did not have time to sort his new house before touching down in England.

Officials moved him and his family into a seven-bed property, worth £6million, on his return. The property boasted six acres of land and also had sheep for the children to enjoy observing ad feeding.

However, the stunning house was not meant to be and the family moved out after a week to a new house, though it has not been revealed as to where he has moved into now but, without doubt, it is stunning.

Rumours circulated that the early morning baa’s from the sheep were the reason for the swift access from the property, but those claims have since been denied by Ronaldo’s representatives.

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