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Cristiano Ronaldo ‘will splash out on buying a new golf clubhouse at his £17m mansion in Portugal – only to DEMOLISH it because it ruins the view from his property’

Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly wants to further splash the cash on his dream home in Portugal by buying and demolishing a local golf course clubhouse because it ruins the view from his under-construction mansion.

Ronaldo’s new £17million home will boast luxury features such as an automatic underground garage with elevators that allow him to select one of his supercars from his vast collection.

But the 37-year-old is now looking at ways to improve the surrounding areas of his stunning Quinta da Marinha property and is unhappy with the proximity of the neighbouring Oitavos Golf Club, according to The Sun.

As a solution to his problem, Ronaldo wants to purchase the clubhouse and car park, demolish both, and relocate them to a different area in an attempt to provide more privacy for his family.

The Portugal captain has reportedly instructed his lawyers to open negotiations with the golf course as he attempts to thrash out a deal before his new home, which he plans to move into with girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and his five children, is completed.

The 12,000 square foot property is due to be finished early next year and boasts an array of features that you would expect from someone with Ronaldo’s £500,000-per-week earnings.

His stunning coastal property will feature expansive luxury bedrooms that provide views of the Atlantic Ocean, swimming pools, cinema, games room, and more.

Ronaldo’s future is up in the air as the forward wants to leave Manchester United.

The Champions League’s all-time record goalscorer is keen to join a side competing in Europe’s top club competition after a dismal campaign consigned United to the Europa League.

Ronaldo has never competed in the Europa League and is keen to avoid doing so as he enters the twilight years of his career, with his agent Jorge Mendes trying to secure his client an exit all summer.

Marseille are the latest club to be linked with a move for the global icon – which has been endorsed by former Liverpool legend Djibril Cisse, who has told Ronaldo he will ‘look after him’ if he moves to France.

Ronaldo is set to stay at the club owing to a lack of offers for his services. He was left on the bench by Erik ten Hag for their 2-1 win over Liverpool at Old Trafford on Monday night, before coming on as a substitute in the 85th minute.

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