Cristiano Ronaldo’s house located in Madeira Portugal has reportedly been robbed by unknown thief who sneaked into the mansion whilst the Juventus star was in action playing for Portugal against Spain.
The Portuguese professional footballer who now plays as forward for an Italian giant club Juventus was involved in a match on Wednesday night, 7th October 2020.
The International friendly match between Spain and Portugal finally ended in a draw.
Cristiano Ronaldo's Madeira house burgled with signed Juventus shirt stolen https://t.co/ImXYappdtu
— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) October 8, 2020
Cristiano Ronaldo’s spectacular house that was robbed is a 7 storey building he purchased at £7m. The house is approximately Shs28 billion and located in a Portuguese main island Madeira.
His mother Dolores and elder brother Hugo are the ones staying in the house. Reports from UK Sun however, did not disclose whether they were inside during the time of robbery or not.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s lover Georgina Rodriguez was also away as she’s currently attending a fashion week in France.
Among the items stolen is the footballer’s signed Juventus jersey shirt. The police detained the thief at Madeira police. He is described as somebody who is notably known to them in the first place.
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