Cristiano Ronaldo Just splashed out £5.5m on new luxury yacht..See

Portuguese international, Cristiano Ronaldo, has reportedly splashed a massive £5.5m on a new luxury yacht after the winning second Serie A title with Italian side Juventus.

With one game left to be played this season in the Italian topflight, Juventus have won the title thanks to their superb win over Sampdoria in their last encounter.

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrating in his £ 5.5million yatch

In the match, Cristiano Ronaldo scored for Juventus and the former Real Madrid star now has 31 goals this season, which is incredible.

According to the report from the UK, Cristiano Ronaldo decided to treat himself and his family well by buying a new yacht.

The report added that the boat boasts of five cabins, six bathrooms, a large lounge and a contemporary kitchen, which is awesome.

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Ronaldo is said to have bought the yacht after seeing it at the Azimut-Benetti shipyards in Viareggio and he and his loved ones set sail for the first time along the coasts of Celle Liguire.

His partner Georgina Rodriguez is also said to be happy with the latest property acquired by her lover.

Cristiano Ronaldo will now turn his attention to how he would help Juventus in the Champions League this season with second leg game against Lyon.

While speaking ahead of the start of the NBA season, Jesse Lingard was asked to name the player he thinks falls in the same category with basketball star like Michael Jordan.

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The Portuguese international started his career on the streets in his native country before he joined Sporting Lisbon from where he moved to Premier League side Manchester United.

And during his stay at Old Trafford, Ronaldo taught Jesse Lingard and other young players some skills.

Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are regarded as the best footballers of the past 10 years as these two players have proven and convinced fans with their performances.

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