Cristiano Ronaldo, between Bugatti, Ferrari and Bentley



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Cristiano Ronaldo, between Bugatti, Ferrari and Bentley

After the match aginast Tonneham, Cristiano Ronaldo was at the center of a storm, with his clubmates and his manager Erik Ten Hag. But the Manchester United star still want to have a protagonist role at the Next FIFA World Cup in Qayar.

CR7 told: "My journey is not over yet. I will be there at the World Championships in 2022 and I want to be there at the European Championships in 2024. I feel very motivated, my ambition is great. It is an honor to receive an award of this magnitude and to be the best scorer in the history of the national team.

I never thought I would join him. I want to thank everyone who has been important in my career. I am very happy." The Portuguese champion would have liked to participate in the Champions League but he has not found anyone who wanted to sign him and is now trying to carve out his space in the ten Hag team.

Every minute available to him will use it to prepare for the World Cup with Portugal, the real short-term goal of CR7. At 37, the Portuguese captain has 189 appearances and a world record for international goals with 117 goals.

Cristiano Ronaldo, between Bugatti, Ferrari and Bentley

The Manchester United champion and fomer Real Madrid and Juventus have some crazy supercars. In his garage you can find Ferrari, Bugatti and Bentley. For his 37th birthday, the model and her partner Georgina Rodriguez gave him a $ 180,000 Cadillac Escalade.

Ronaldo has Bentley Continental GTC and a McLaren Senna almost $ 1 million, as well as two Ferraris, the F12 TDF, worth $ 350,000, and the $ 599,000 GTO, a $ 400,000 Rolls-Royce Phantom, a Lamborghini Aventador, a Maserati Gran Cabrio.

Another car shines among the stars of his collection: the $ 1.9 million Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. The most expensive piece owned by the player is a $ 3 million Bugatti Chiron. Cristiano also gifted himself, on the occasion of a hat-trick scored last year (just happened to be!) At Tottenham, a super-light Aston Martin DBS for 240 thousand dollars. Dream Supercars.