Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s £3.5k-a-week fishing village home he’s sharing with Georgina Rodriguez and kids



Posted Friday, April 10, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

THIS is the stunning ocean-view villa Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly renting for his family before he returns to Italy.

The Juventus striker, 35, is said to have picked the £3,500-a-week six-bed property in a remote spot near the fishing village of Canical after tiring of his luxury apartment in the Madeira capital Funchal during the coronavirus lockdown.

Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s £3.5k-a-week fishing village home he’s sharing with Georgina Rodriguez and kids
Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is said to have switched to this amazing home near the sea in Carnical from his luxury apartment in Madeira

Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s £3.5k-a-week fishing village home he’s sharing with Georgina Rodriguez and kids
Portugal hero Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly hiring this incredible property, yet might be returning to Italy within days

A video Ronaldo posted on Instagram showed him doing sprints up a ramp with girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, next to a red-roofed house with a large garden - very different to the urban seven-storey apartment he bought last year and had been staying at during the coronavirus lockdown.

Respected Portuguese daily Correio da Manha Photos showed photos of the gorgeous property he has moved into, a luxury setting for what could be his last weekend in Madeira.

Reports from Italy say Juventus want foreign players to return to Turin for Monday so they can begin a 14-day quarantine ahead before training resumes.

'IDEAL HOLIDAY HOME'

Ronaldo's rented villa, which can sleep six, is on a gated estate and has a huge pool set in a landscaped garden with palm trees, stunning views of the Atlantic, and direct access to the beach below.

It also has a games room with a snooker table, and an outside BBQ.

It is described on local property website Madeira-legacy.com as “very private” and the “ideal holiday home for a family or group of friends.”

No-one from the real estate firm responded to emails on Thursday.

Cristiano and Georgina are believed to be relaxing there with children Ronaldinho Jr, nine and twins Eva and Matteo, two.

Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s £3.5k-a-week fishing village home he’s sharing with Georgina Rodriguez and kids
Cristiano Ronaldo returned to his native Portugal after the lockdown but is likely to return to Italy soon

Correio da Manha’s magazine Vidas quoted a source saying: “He felt he needed space, that he was getting a bit stifled inside four walls.

“This new place has a big garden and more privacy of course. Cristiano is very used to having a quiet life.”

Cristiano’s mum Dolores Aveiro, who is recovering from a stroke, and his older brother Hugo are understood to have stayed on in Funchal.

They live on lower floors of the seven-storey apartment block the footballer bought last year so he could enjoy the top two floors and its rooftop swimming pool when he was in town.

The lack of privacy Cristiano had by being in Funchal meant that when he went out for a quick walk with his family the weekend before last, they were approached by fans and pictures of them were taken which went round the world.

Georgina was also photographed shopping days earlier.

Dolores, 65, showed on Wednesday she was continuing to make a great recovery from her March 3 stroke.

She posted a selfie photo of her looking happy and relaxed on her balcony overlooking the ocean and said: “Good morning to everyone.

“Another day at home and God willing everything is going to be okay.”

Canical, a half-hour drive east of Funchal, is home to around 6,000 people. It was the centre of the whaling industry until the early eighties and has a whale museum.

Emanuel Santos, the sculptor behind a bizarre statue of Cristiano which was mocked all over the world after it was unveiled at Madeira’s airport in March 2017, comes from Canical.

One of the sculptures he had crafted before the Ronaldo bust was unveiled, of two fishermen sat in a small fishing boat, is on a roundabout at the entrance to the village.



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