Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo has fuelled rumours regarding his future and a potential return to Real Madrid by shipping his expensive fleet of cars from Turin back to Madrid.
Tvi24 reported that the fleet of cars that left Turin already had a destination planned. Cristiano Ronaldo had taken his vehicles to La Finca in Madrid, his home in Spain.
Some of the expensive vehicles in Ronaldo’s garage include a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport (worth €1.3m), a McLaren Senna (€1m) and a Ferrari F12 Tour de France (€900,000).
According to Marca, Ronaldo might have spent somewhere in the vicinity of €13,000-15,000 plus VAT for the big move out of the mansion just outside Turin, which has been his home during his time with Juventus FC.
According to TuttoSport, the reason for the move has nothing to do with his future but is simply due to the larger amount of space he has in his residence in Madrid, compared to that of Turin. The player reportedly has a fleet of 24 vehicles, which he rotates from time to time to have them all available to hand.
Juventus have had an underwhelming season and could finish out of Champions League places if the results of the final day doesn’t go their way, which is believed to be why the five time world footballer of the year will move.
Additional reporting from IBTimes and BeSoccer
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