- Cristiano Ronaldo bought the property in 2006 while playing for Manchester United
- The five-bedroomed home has an indoor swimming pool, a jacuzzi and a cinema room
- The Juve star is looking to sell the property at a staggering GHC20 million
Juventus star, Cristiano Ronaldo, has put up his stunning Manchester property he bought back in 2006 for sale.
The three-storey property valued at GHC20 million (£3.25 million) is situated in the footballers’ enclave of Alderley Edge in Cheshire.
Ronaldo purchased the home when he was playing for Manchester United but has since resolved to put it in the market.
The five-bedroomed house boasts of an indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, gym, and cinema room.
Apparently, Ronaldo had metal bars fitted in one of the windows spelling out CR7, his now popular tag - something a new owner would possibly want to get rid with.
Estate agents marketing the property have distinguished it as an ‘excellent location for Alderley Edge village centre, where you will find a fantastic range of shopping boutique’s, restaurants and bars’.
According to a UK Mirror report, the Portuguese talisman unsuccessfully tried to sell the home back in 2009 after his move to La Liga side, Real Madrid.
Having failed to find a potential buyer, Ronaldo ended up renting it out to Manchester United star defender, Luke Shaw.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Luke Shaw has put up his mansion based in Hale Barns, Cheshire for sale.
The six-bed property sitting on an over an acre of land is being sold for a staggering GHC 17 million (£2.8 million).
The lucky buyer who would purchase the property will enjoy an exclusive gym area complete with treadmill, dumbbells and exercise bike.