Cristiano Ronaldo has checked out of his £250,000-a-month hotel and moved into his first home in Saudi Arabia.
The goal scoring phenomenon moved to Al Nassr in January and had been living in the Four Seasons hotel in Riyadh, paying the mammoth sum since his move.
Ronaldo was reportedly paying a quarter of a million each month for 17 rooms, across two floors that housed him, his family and his entourage.
One source told The Mirror: “Cristiano and his family have left the hotel they were in.”
He arrived in Saudi Arabia on January 3, leaving Manchester United by mutual consent following a breakdown in relationship between player and manager Erik ten Hag.
That’s around seven weeks – a hefty bill for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner – but one he can easily afford with a lucrative £173m contract over two years.
It is not clear where exactly Ronaldo is living – although it’s believed to be an exclusive compound with high-level security and easy access to restaurants, shops, gyms and other amenities.
There is no suggestion Ronaldo has bought his new pad, and it could well be the case that he is renting.
One of the areas Ronaldo was looking at when he moved was Al Muhammadiyah, one of the premier locations in Saudi Arabia, while another was Al Nakheel, a place with the best schools to help educate his children.
His mother, Dolores Aveiro, has recently traveled to Saudi Arabia to be with her son and posted a picture of herself online in the Middle East.
“Always very happy by your side,” she posted on Instagram alongside a picture of the two of them.
It is thought a recent snap posted by Rodriguez of Ronaldo and daughter, Bella Esmeralda, was taken at the new digs.
The happy couple could also make an appearance at the Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury fight on Sunday, with the American YouTube star turned amateur boxer revealing he expects Ronaldo to at least be ringside.
Ronaldo has made a fine start to life at Al Nassr, scoring five goals and providing two assists in just four games as his side sit on top of the league, hoping to win their first league title since 2019. They are level on points with Al Ittihad and Al Shabab and are next in action against Damac.
It would be another medal to add to the collection of a man who has won everything at club level.
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