No training, no call-up for the next Serie A match, packed bags and goodbye to Turin by private jet. Cristiano Ronaldo left Juventus a few days before the end of the transfer market, with a surprise turning point he brought the Portuguese champion to Manchester, thus consuming his great return to the ranks of United. With the farewell to the Bianconeri, even the supercars of the CR7 collection will in all likelihood leave the shadow of the Mole, with Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes, Bugatti and Porsche of the striker’s collection that could be transferred across the Channel or temporarily parked in Portugal. Let’s take a closer look at Cristiano Ronaldo’s supercars.
At the end of last season, during a visit to Maranello, the Portuguese decided to buy a 1.6 million euro Monza SP2, which will thus add to his fleet. Curious that CR7 will be the second Serie A player to own the Cavallino boat as Zlatan Ibrahimovic also has one. Alongside the limited edition two-seater, there are already a Ferrari F12 TDF and a 599 GTO and a set of Bugattis. A Chiron, estimated at 3 million euros, a Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport, from 1.2 million euros and according to some sources also a Centodieci, built in only 10 units. Ronaldo can also have fun behind the wheel of a Lamborghini Aventador LP700 or choose a Maserati GranCabrio, without forgetting the Rolls Royce Phantom And Mercedes G-Class Brabus from almost 700 thousand euros. And the list could go on and on, including several Porsches, some BMWs, some Audies and even a McLaren Senna.
Here are some immortalized by Cristiano Ronaldo himself who often loves to be portrayed together with his racing cars, as happened recently on the occasion of “Decision Day”, in which he kept all the Juventus fans with bated breath after a post on Instagram next to the her Rolls-Royce Ghost. A thousand and one nights garage that would make any car enthusiast’s eyes shine.
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