CRISTIANO Ronaldo and his family are back in Italy.
Yesterday, the Juventus forward, partner Georgina Rodriguez and the children made their way back in his private jet after spending two months in lockdown in his homeland of Madeira.
The Portuguese legend is desperate to start training again and resume the Serie A season with his club primed to win the league once more.
And is it any wonder he wanted to return when you see his stunning property in Turin.
Join SunSport for a tour around his lavish digs.
A MODERN HAVEN
Two adjoining villas make this mansion, which can be found on a private road guarded by security, which leads to an entrance gate.
The villas themselves have separate entrances, are surrounded by lush gardens and vegetation.
It's very private, so we're not sure how many bedrooms and bathrooms the property has.
However, with a brood of four children – and a rumoured sprog on the way – you can bet that there are AT LEAST six bedrooms – and as many bathrooms.
The home is away from prying eyes on a hill – with surrounding trees giving it plenty of privacy.
A SIMILAR ABODE
Ronaldo is said to have fallen in love with the home because of its similarities with his former Madrid property.
And like that abode, this has all the amenities to keep CR7 happy.
There's a state-of-the-art gym that he and former shop assistant Georgina love to use together.
Then there's a swimming pool, which Ronaldo often cools down in by doing a few laps following a strenuous session lifting weights.
It fulfils the needs of a top class sportsman.
As La Gazetta dello Sport romantically reported the move, 'it's as if Turin were at the feet of CR7, a tribute of the city to the long-awaited and newly-arrived champion.'
They are, of course, referring to the incredible view Ronaldo wakes up to every day.
Hills to one side, a river to the other, the home overlooks the whole city and offers tranquillity.
It's also located close to the popular tourist spot, the church of The Great Mother – perfect for the god of football.
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