- Celebrated football wag and international model Georgina Rodriguez gifted her husband Cristiano Ronaldo
- Georgina bought him a Rolls Royce
- She also bought assorted gifts for her children
As a Christmas present, famous football wag and international model Georgina Rodriguez gifted her husband Cristiano Ronaldo $362,400 (£300,000) Rolls Royce.
After Portugal’s World Cup campaign concluded in the quarterfinal stage, the former Manchester United attacker, 37, is currently spending quality time with his family.
On Instagram, Georgina posted a video that included some of their Christmas Day. In the clip, Ronaldo, Georgina, and the children were seen walking out to the front of the house.
A stunning Rolls Royce Dawn convertible with a red bow was waiting for Ronaldo. He was happy to have received the gift, and Georgina was also overjoyed.
The video Georgina shared on social media contained a lot more information. It showed her around the candle-lit dinner table set up for them to eat at.
From Georgina’s Instagram video, the family opened many gifts and the children received several gifts too. Among them are a driving simulator and new bikes.
The video accompanied Mariah Carey’s popular holiday song “All I Want for Christmas is You.”
All this comes as Ronaldo scouts for a new club in the January transfer window following the termination of his contract with the Red Devils. He is now a free agent.
Ronaldo’s explosive interview with Piers Morgan in November prompted his exit from United. He left the Red Devils on agreed terms. United released a 67-word statement declaring they had mutually decided to end the 37-year-old forward’s contract.
The club, in a statement, thanked the Portuguese player for his time at Old Trafford and wished him well in his future endeavours. This is the aftermath of his hard-hitting interview with Morgan, where he swiped at Manchester United Erik ten Hag. He said that there was no respect between them which made it hard for him at the club.
The Portugal international said Ten Hag doesn’t respect him, and he can’t respect a football manager who doesn’t respect him. When Manchester United defeated Tottenham 2-0, the team’s striker refused to come off the bench, prompting Ten Hag to be okay and force Ronaldo to practise alone.
In the end, Ronaldo expressed regret and resumed playing for the first team the following week, but he is still angry at Ten Hag. He was benched, and the manager said this decision came from top ranks in the club who cited that United is more significant than a single player.
With Ronaldo a free agent now, Saudi Arabia is not about to tone down on its interest in signing him in the Middle East following his contract termination with Manchester United.
After lengthy negotiations with Jorge Mendes, the Saudi powerhouse Al Nassr is ready to offer Ronaldo a three-year contract worth more than £186 million ($225 million).
Given his newly discovered availability, interest from the nation is at an all-time high, and if he made the switch, he would earn £62 million ($75 million) million per year.
CBS Sports says negotiations on a contract started during the summer and are moving forward. But Ronaldo has not yet made up his mind about his future.