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Cristiano Ronaldo has already made plans for when he hangs up his boots

Marcus Chan

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Cristiano Ronaldo has already made plans for when he hangs up his boots

Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly started to make plans for when he eventually decides to call time on his illustrious career.

The Portuguese five-time Ballon d’Or winner made his big-money move to the Middle East by signing for Al Nassr earlier in the month.

Ronaldo is set to take home a mammoth £173 million a year until 2025.

Although he is in no mood to hang up his boots just yet, it has been reported that Ronaldo has already drafted plans for when the time eventually comes.

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According to the Daily Mail, construction has already taken place on a huge mansion in Quinta da Marinha in Portugal which is set to cost a whopping £17 million.

In addition, it is believed that the shiny new mansion is set to become Ronaldo’s ‘forever home’ once his Al Nassr deal expires.

The report stated that the 37-year-old bought the land to build his new home back in September 2021 and construction is set to be completed in June of this year.

A custom-built area is set to be built for the preparation of Japanese dishes in his new pad, however, reports have suggested that Ronaldo is struggling to find a chef to cook his meals.

According to reports, he has managed to appoint a £4,800 a month butler for his upcoming home and other staff roles have also been filled.

Currently, Ronaldo is staying in the Four Seasons Hotel in the centre of Riyadh, for his one-month stay, the cost is believed to be in the region of £250,000.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

Ronaldo is said to be continuing his search for a permanent home in Saudi Arabia as he looks to settle into life in the Middle East.

Previously, Ronaldo has stated that he is not ready to retire and wants to play beyond the age of 40.

He said: “Genetically I feel like I'm 30 years old.

“I take great care of my body and my mind. Something I've learned recently is that after 33, I believe the body can deliver if you need it, but the real battle is mental.

“I want to find out if I'm going to play until I'm 40, 41, or 42, but the most important thing is that my daily goal is to enjoy the moment.”

The Portugal captain scored his first goals since moving to Saudi Arabia on Thursday after he netted twice for the Riyadh XI during a friendly against Paris Saint Germain.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Cristiano Ronaldo, Al Nassr, Football, Portugal, Premier League

Marcus Chan
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