Cristiano Ronaldo is on vacation in Majorca with his family, but his pricey Bugatti has crashed out there, despite the fact that the Manchester United forward was not in the car.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Bugatti has smashed into a house in Majorca, where the Manchester United forward is now on vacation.
The Portuguese superstar was apparently not in the vehicle, which was severely damaged. The 37-year-old had two supercars delivered to the island for the vacation.
The black £1.7million 900 horsepower Bugatti Veyron is claimed to have smashed into a house in Sa Coma’s east coast private neighborhood.
Ronaldo was only enjoying his son’s 12th birthday on Sunday, and the atmosphere will have soured following the damage done to his pricey car.
On June 14, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner arrived in Majorca with his five children and girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez. However, it is thought that police are investigating the event that occurred on Monday morning.
It is thought that the driver – an employee – of the vehicle received no major injuries and that there was more than one person in the car at the time.
However, it is believed that the car has substantial damage to the front end. During his summer break from the Premier League, Ronaldo took his family to the Spanish island, where he had his beloved Bugatti as well as the family SUV delivered.
Following his stint on international service with Portugal, the family flew down in their £20 million private planes. Ronaldo and his family are believed to be staying in a £10,000-per-night home there, which was recommended by his former Real Madrid teammate Sergio Ramos.
The luxurious property features its own gym, football pitch, and multiple luxury jacuzzis. If that wasn’t enough, there’s also a volleyball court and a swimming pool.
The superstar has been enjoying the exotic trip, even taking his family out on a private super yacht worth roughly £5.5 million on Wednesday out of Port Adriano.
United’s pre-season training begins on June 27 as the attacker prepares for his first season under new manager Erik ten Hag.