Cristiano Ronaldo with his mother and (right) with his family after he bought a £7m estate for them in Portugal
The father-of-four has also splashed out more than £7m for a large estate in Quinta da Marinha on the so-called Portuguese Riviera, according to Portuguese media.
Work has just begun on a mansion that is respected by the Portuguese every day Correio da Manha said will be the latest addition to the football star’s fortune empire.
It said the 36-year-old plans to use the house as an investment, although popular magazine TV 7 Dias claims he plans to use it as a family home after he retires.
A source described as a future neighbor told the magazine: “The land has been fenced recently and it was bought by Ronaldo. “This is where he will go to live with his family at the end of his career. “Everybody here knows that and of course we are happy. Ronaldo is Ronaldo. ”
Quinta da Marinha is half an hour from Lisbon Airport and 10 minutes from the center of the seaside town of Cascais, Lisbon’s premier seaside resort destination.
The rich coastal region, centered on Cascais, Estoril and Sintra, is known as the Portuguese Riviera.
Cristiano’s property empire also includes a seven-story apartment complex overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in the Madeiran capital of Funchal which he purchased in 2019.
Mr. Dolores’ mother, 66, and his brother Hugo live on the property with their family.