Top 10 Cars From Cristiano Ronaldo’s Garage

Despite his humble beginning in the working class area of Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo has risen through the ranks of the football world to become what some would call the world’s greatest footballer.

Football was in Ronaldo’s blood, even at an early age, seeing him join football clubs like Nacional da liha do Madeira, before going on to sign with Sporting Portugal in 2001.

At just 16-years-old, Ronaldo delivered a truly mesmerising game against Manchester United, with his footwork skills even towering over those of more seasoned players. Ronaldo made such an impression with his Manchester United rivals, that certain team members asked their manager to consider signing Ronaldo. Soon after, Ronaldo was sold to Manchester United for £12 million.

Promise was shown in 2004 during the FA Cup Final, where Ronaldo scored the first three goals for the team, which helped them capture the championship. In 2008, Ronaldo signed a £31 million contract which saw him contracted to Manchester United for five years.

Ronaldo did not become laid back despite his gains, going on to provide Manchester United fans with one of the finest seasons in history, while setting a franchise record for the number of goals scored. He also managed to earn a place in the FIFA World Player of the Year honour, thanks to his involvement in steering Manchester United to three premier league titles. In 2009, Real Madrid paid Manchester United $131 million for Ronaldo to join them.

Despite his many achievements, Ronaldo keeps on perfecting his craft. This ensures more rewards so he can invest into his hobby of purchasing supercars. We take a look at ten of Ronaldo’s great motors.

10. Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet 2013

Christiano Ronaldo Porsche

The first inclusion into Ronaldo’s museum of supercars is the Porsche 911, a car which many believe to be the only true Porsche. The Porsche 911 shows that manufacturer’s heritage all came from a rear-engine sports car, which mirrors Ronaldo’s humble beginnings. As such, the Porsche 911 is proud to be among the most recognisable cars in the world thanks to its 40 years of evolution and astonishing 420 hp at 6500 rpm.