According to the Sun, the bleating of animals at dawn in the meadows next to the Manchester villa where CR7 was staying would have forced him to move. More likely the real reason is related to security reasons
The incessant bleating of the sheep would have made Cristiano Ronaldo run away from the 6 million pound country villa (and 7 bedrooms), where he had lived with his family since his return to Manchester, to a new 3 million mansion, owned by the former Red Devils Andrew Cole. “Although the previous property was beautiful and surrounded by greenery, it was also close to the sheep which, early in the morning, are very noisy. And being Ronaldo a true professional, rest and recovery after matches are essential for him, so it was decided that it was better to move house “, told an anonymous source to the Sun, suggesting that the transfer was also linked to safety reasons.” There was a public path that crossed the property and the road in front allowed you to see the inside the gates “.
And this very reason seems to be the most plausible to CR7’s lightning move, given that the new residence in Cheshire is equipped with CCTV cameras, electric gates and is guarded by armed guards. “The new property is unique, because it has the gardens that cover the house, despite being a few steps from the nightlife”, confirmed the real estate agent, while sources close to the Manchester United champion have denied the story of the sheep, calling it “completely invented”.
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