Cristiano Ronaldo and his family have left their new home in Manchester due to the turmoil caused by the sheep bleating. Annoyed by the sound of sheep and for his safety, Cristiano Ronaldo had to leave his £ 6million mansion to move into another £ 3million house.
Indeed, the family had trouble sleeping because of the noise coming from the barnyard. Reports from The Mirror also claim that the 36-year-old footballer is also concerned about safety concerns as the house had a public footpath across the pitch and the road.
The £ 6million house has now been vacated and the family has moved to another property in Chesire worth £ 3million. The new house would still look chic, as it has a cinema room, a swimming pool and a four-car garage. On the security side, the house is equipped with CCTV cameras, electric gates and is monitored by guards 24/7.
A source revealed: “After sheep woke him up with their cries, Cristiano Ronaldo, whose almost perfect hygiene of life and love for naps are known, moved with his family. Being a professional who gives more privilege to rest and recovery after matches, he could not put up with this situation for long.
However, his house was near the sheep, which prevented him from properly enjoying his time of rest. To have the peace of mind he wants, he has decided to move with his family. "
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