Cristiano Ronaldo Switches Mansions After Bleating Sheep Kept Waking Him Up

Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portuguese football star, and his family have switched mansions because bleating sheep kept waking them up.

The 36-year-old Manchester United returnee has reportedly moved from one seven-bed home to another because he enjoys his downtime in between matches.

Ronaldo, who had previously moved into a £6 million home on 23 acres days after completing his return to United, escaped his baaing woes by moving into a £3 million seven-bed home owned by a former Manchester United player.

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Cristiano Ronaldo Switches Mansions After Bleating Sheep Kept Waking Him Up

The striker, his partner Georgina Rodriguez, 27, and their four children left after less than a week due to the racket from sheep and security concerns, according to The Sun.

According to a source who spoke to the publication;

While the property is beautiful and is nestled in rolling fields and woodland, it was also close to sheep which are very noisy early in the morning.

It had a public footpath across the land and the road at the front gave a view inside its gates.

Ronaldo is a true pro who places a lot on rest and recovery after games, so it was decided it was best if he and his family moved.”

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Ronaldo’s new Cheshire home includes a pool, a cinema room, a four-car garage for some of his £17 million supercars, CCTV cameras, electric gates patrolled by guards, gardens that screen the house from view, and it is also a short walk from nightlife.

The source added;

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Ronaldo lived close by during his previous stint so it feels like home.“His kids are in a private school and he hopes that once the buzz of his return to United dies down, he can take Georgina out and show her his favourite local spots.