Cristiano Ronaldo leaves US$23000 tip at Greek hotel

Cristiano Ronaldo leaves US$23000 tip at Greek hotel

Cristiano Ronaldo leaves US$23000 tip at Greek hotel

According to reports, Cristiano Ronaldo was spending his post-World Cup holidays in Greece with girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and his son.

Ronaldo stayed at the Costa Navarino resort in the western Peloponnese after Portugal were knocked out of the World Cup, taking his family and friends to stay in its Royal Methoni villa for ten days.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been one of the richest sportspersons on the planet for over a decade now and after his mega-money move to Juventus from Real Madrid, the Portuguese superstar has got even richer.

Ronaldo completed his move to the Italian giants last week after spending nine years in La Liga with Real Madrid.

Neymar, who is rumoured to be replacing the Portugal worldwide at Real, told reporters that Ronaldo is a genius and that his move will change Italian football.

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"I know Juventus did for Ronaldo but Ronaldo's a different objective, that's a different world of business".

"Cristiano is a great player, is a football legend, a genius, so we have to respect him".

However, Paris-Saint Germain forward Neymar who has battled the Portuguese severally in El Clasico games during his stay at the Nou Camp is full of praise for the five-time Ballon d'Or award victor stressing that the move will bring a new life to the round leather game in Italy. I think that fiscally it favours him to go to Italy.

"It's a dream for me", he said.

"I want to show that I'm not like the others, I'm different".

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