Cristiano Ronaldo hints at retirement home by buying €25M mansion in Jumeirah Bay Dubai

Cristiano Ronaldo has signaled where he might settle post-retirement by acquiring a new property on an exclusive island in Dubai, UAE.

As his illustrious career winds down, reports suggest Ronaldo aims to compete in the 2026 FIFA World Cup in the USA, Mexico, and Canada as his final tournament.

His current contract with Al-Nassr expires in 2025, but Talksport indicates both parties are open to a one-year extension, potentially extending his play until summer 2026.

According to Semana, Ronaldo, 39, and his partner Georgina Rodriguez, 30, have invested €25 million in a mansion on Jumeirah Bay, a luxury island in Dubai.

Jumeirah Bay Island, an artificial seahorse-shaped island near the Palm Islands, is managed by the Palace Luxury Living group.

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Only 15 mansions have been built on the island, which also features a private yacht club, beach club, gyms, gourmet restaurants, and five-star hotels like the Mandarin Oriental and the Bulgari Resort.

Ronaldo’s mansion is slated for completion in December, though it is uncertain when he and his family will move in.

Known for his love of luxury, Ronaldo, one of the wealthiest footballers, is no stranger to owning high-end properties.

According to Sportskeeda, he has mansions in several locations in Portugal, including his hometown of Madeira, Geres, Lisbon, and the standout in Cascais, valued at $22 million.

Additionally, Ronaldo owns properties in New York, two in Spain (Marbella and Madrid), and one in Turin, purchased during his tenure with Juventus.

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