Cristiano Ronaldo is selling his £3.5 million Portugal mansion to Pepe for mates rates

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Cristiano Ronaldo takes his property portfolio very seriously. 

The Juventus striker reportedly has an empire worth £27 million, recently adding a stunning new Marbella mansion to his collection. 

Situated in the 'superstars cul de sac' of the Costa del Sol, CR7's new pad has a private gym, cinema room and infinity pool, complete with views of the Mediterranean.

Not bad at all. But it's not all about buying property, as Ronaldo has recently off-loaded one of his old mansions - to Portugal teammate Pepe. 

Per The Sun, he's sold his former holiday home - which is hidden by woodland and mountains in Portugal's only national park - for £2.3 million. 

That probably sounds expensive to you and me, but Pepe's actually got himself quite a good deal. 

Ronaldo built the mansion seven years ago at a cost of £3.5 million, meaning he's made quite a loss on the sale. 

With a worth of £365 million, he probably isn't that bothered about making a £1.25 million loss. In fact, the 34-year-old will make that back in less than a week with his Juve wages. 


It's also quite a nice thing to do for his former Real Madrid teammate and it certainly appears that Ronaldo takes good care of his friends. 

So, just what has Pepe bought? 

For starters, the secluded two-floor mansion includes a heliport for arrival by air and a private dock, should the Porto defender choose to make his way over in a boat. 


The property itself is three bedrooms with a large master suite, complete with a jacuzzi and even a Turkish bath. 

It also boasts an outside pool, a small putting green and of course, spectacular views across the Cavado River. 

Not bad at all. It's fair to say Pepe will be enjoying his down-time in a luxury new holiday home ahead of next season. 

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