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Cristiano Ronaldo’s 16 crore Bugatti involved in a crash in Majorca, police launch investigation

The star footballer is currently enjoying a family holiday in Majorca.

Aakash Srivastava Author

Updated - 21 June 2022 3:13 pm

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Despite Manchester United’s struggle in the concluded season, Cristiano Ronaldo managed to maintain his brilliant performance by scoring the most decisive goals in the Premier League and being the top scorer for the club with 24 goals. The Manchester United superstar is currently enjoying a family holiday on the Spanish island, getting some well-deserved rest after a relentless first season with the English club.

Ahead of his first pre-season with new United boss Erik ten Hag, Cristiano Ronaldo opted to take his family out to Majorca for a stay in a private villa. While the 37-year-old star footballer was enjoying the vacation with his family members, his trip witnessed a shocking development as his prized supercar was involved in a crash on the family’s way to a day out.

According to reports, United forward legend Cristiano Ronaldo’s super-car Bugatti Veyron suffered a major accident on Monday in the Spanish city of Majorca. Reportedly, the car, which costs around 16 crores ($2.1 million) was taken away in a blue tarpaulin following the crash.

Reports claimed that Cristiano Ronaldo‘s employee was driving the car. The driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle and glided into a wall in the residential estate of Sa Coma, Bunyola, Palma de Majorca where the footballer along with his family member is currently spending the holiday.

Local investigators have confirmed that no other vehicle was involved in the crash and the driver did not suffer any injury. Along with Bugatti Veyron, Ronaldo has also shipped a Mercedes-Benz-G-Class to the Spanish island for the vacation. These cars are part of the footballer’s collection which also includes, a Lamborghini Aventador, a Bugatti Centodieci and a Rolls-Royce Cullinan, among others.


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