Cristiano Ronaldo moves family out of luxury townhouse to 'quiet fishing village' in Madeira

Ronaldo has moved his family out of Madeira

Cristiano Ronaldo has left his luxury Madeira townhouse in favour of a quaint fishing village. 

The Juventus superstar has reportedly chosen a home in the country with a big garden, so his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and their young children can enjoy more space. 

His family had been staying in a stunning seven-storey apartment complex on his home island during the coronavirus lockdown. 

But Ronaldo has opted to swap that for a rented home near a quiet fishing village, costing £3,500-per-week in rent, according to The Sun

The move comes after the striker was sensationally branded a 'tramp' and ordered to leave Madeira by a local politician after photos emerged of him out with his family during the quarantine.

A post appeared on GP Rafael Macedo's Facebook page, reading:

"I want that animal who’s come from Italy to stay at home. Get me that tramp out of Madeira."

However, shortly after, Macedo claimed his account had been hacked, posting:

"My account was hacked. I would never make those low-level comments about our CR7. It’s not the first time this has happened and I have now changed my passwords. 

Ronaldo was spotted out in Madeira

"I ask for Ronaldo’s forgiveness. I will change passwords from now on every week. Hackers are out there so be very careful. I will be very attentive.

"I would never use offensive words like this. I apologise to everyone, but above all CR7 and his family, who I admire a lot, for what’s happened."

Portuguese paper Correio da Manha have offered more details on Ronaldo's new home. 

Ronaldo teased his new home on Instagram

The £3,500 a week detached five-bed home is near the fishing village of Canical in the east of Madeira. 

It's said to be located 'off the beaten track' and reportedly has a games room, gym, pool and large garden. How the other half live, right? 

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