One of the most difficult parts involving a football transfer is the fact that players have to find a new home for themselves, adapt to new climate and adjust themselves in a different part of the world along with their families. When it comes to Premier League, it is one of the most challenging aspects since many global stars find it really tough to adapt because of extreme weather conditions in the UK.
However, things were always going to be easy for Cristiano Ronaldo who has stayed in the country for several years in past, having played for Manchester United from 2003 to 2009. It did not take much time for the 5-time Ballon d'Or winner to find a new home in the United Kingdom.
Ronaldo's new home is a multi-million-pound mansion, where he is staying with his girlfriend Georgina Rodrigues and children Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. (11 years old), Alana Martina dos Santos Aveiro (3 years old), Eva Maria Dos Santos (4 years old) and Mateo Ronaldo (4 years old).
Ronaldo's 7 BHK mansion has modern gym and swimming pool
Cristiano Ronaldo's countryside property has seven bedrooms and has an absolutely lavish garden just outside. There is a world-class top-of-the-range gym in his new home which is definitely not surprising considering Ronaldo's obsession with fitness. From a wonderful swimming pool (with a black ceiling above it) to jacuzzi, the 7 BHK mansion has probably everything that one can think of.
While the living room is absolutely huge, the bedrooms are also quite spacious and also has glass panes which ensure an aesthetic view from the room. Additionally, there is a separate cinema room which has comfortable sofas for Ronaldo and his family to enjoy watching some movies or maybe, even some football matches, together. There is also a six-man security team deployed at his place in order to ensure full safety.
Ronaldo set to make his second debut on Saturday
While the fans have been bamboozled by Ronaldo's new home, the footballer's focus lies on delivering results on the field. "I am not here for a vacation. As I told you, before was good, winning important things and I wore the shirt before many years ago, but I am here to win again," CR7 said during a conversation with Man Utd's official website.
Notably, the 36-year-old is set to make his second debut for the Red Devils when the club lock horns with Newcastle United at Old Trafford on Saturday.