- Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo puts his £4.8m mansion in Spain up for sale
- He joined Italian League champions Juventus from Real Madrid this summer in a £99m deal
- The former Manchester United forward won 16 major titles with Los Blancos in his nine year reign at the club
It is no longer news that Cristiano Ronaldo has joined Italian League giants Juventus in a £99 million.
The 33-year-old ended his nine year reign with Real Madrid this summer after failing to get the club to increase his wages.
He was phenomenon for the Galacticos winning with 16 major titles - four of which were Champions League titles.
The Portugal international who joined Los Blancos in 2009 has a total of five UEFA elite club championship titles to his credit.
However, the new Juventus forward has put his £4.8 million mansion on the outskirts of Madrid up for sale.
CR7's mansion has both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool to recover after every match and also spend more time with his family.
The home also includes a state-of-the-art gym, equipped with treadmills, a weights section and stretching zone, so Ronaldo could keep in shape at home.
Outside, the giant plot has a football pitch next to the outside swimming pool and relaxation area with sun loungers and chairs.
NAIJ.com Juventus new signing Cristiano Ronaldo is off to China for his annual for the annual CR7 tour.
The 33-year-old who ended his nine year reign with Real Madrid this summer was unveiled by the Old Lady in Turin.
However, he will miss his new club's pre-season matches against Bayern Munich, Benfica, MLS All Stars and Real Madrid to honour an event by his sponsor Nike.
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