Cristiano Ronaldo Swaps £6 Million Mansion Just Weeks After Moving In

Cristiano Ronaldo Swaps £6 Million Mansion Just Weeks After Moving In

Cristiano Ronaldo and his family have moved house after only a few weeks of living back in Manchester.

According to The Mirror , this is because the 36 year old, his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and their four children were struggling to sleep because of the noise of sheep nearby. This, plus some security concerns, has seen the Portuguese superstar pack up and move to a £3 million house in Cheshire “While the property is beautiful and is nestled in rolling fields and woodland, it was also close to sheep which are very noisy in the morning,” a source told The Sun . “It had a public footpath across the land and the road at the front gave a view inside its gates.

Ronaldo is a true pro who places a lot of rest and recovery after games, so it was decided it was best if he and his family moved.”

The new house the former Real Madrid and Juventus man is rumoured to be moving to boasts a cinema room, swimming pool, four-car garage, CCTV cameras and electric gates. It is also patrolled by guards. Image Credit- PA Images Another source told The Sun that Ronaldo will be comfortable in his new surroundings.

“Ronaldo lived close by in his previous stint so it feels like home,” they said. “His kids are in a private school and he hopes that once the buzz of his return to United dies down, he can take Georgina out and show her his favourite sports.”

Since returning to Manchester at the end of the summer transfer window, Ronaldo has enjoyed a fantastic start to life back in red. He bagged a brilliant brace on his second debut against Newcastle United and was on the scoresheet in United’s 2-1 defeat to Young Boys on Tuesday night. Image Credit- PA Images “He does what he does,” his former teammate and new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær said following the win at Old Trafford last Saturday, as quoted by The Guardian . “He lifts everyone and gets everyone around the place so focused. He puts demands on himself which will then put demands on his teammates and on us.

He’s a different type of player to when he left but he’s still a ruthless and clinical goal scorer. He smells the big moments and when there are goals in there. He’s developed into a miles better footballer than when he was (first) here.”

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