first_imgRelatedPosts COVID-19: NCAA to revoke erring airlines licence over non-compliance FRSC to Schools: We’ll arrest, prosecute drivers who flout COVID-19 rules Sanwo-Olu: We’re committed to fulfilling promises to Lagosians Juventus ace Cristiano Ronaldo has left his home in Madeira to move into a luxury villa in Canical, a fishing village overlooking the ocean. Correio da Manha said the villa costs €4,000-a-week and has five bedrooms, a gym and a swimming pool. A source said: “Cristiano felt he needed space, he felt suffocated within four walls and where he’s moved he has a large garden. And more privacy, of course.” The same source revealed Ronaldo is maintaining high training rates and on more than one occasion he would have even worked out at the Madeira stadium, home of Desportivo Nacional, and trained on the pitch. The stadium was especially opened for him by the president of the club. There is also a playroom for the four children, and a large garden where Ronaldo can continue to stay in shape. Reportedly, Ronaldo is so keen to keep up his fitness regime that at one point he worked out at the Madeira national stadium, home of club C.D. Nacional. The stadium was specially opened for him by the club’s president Rui Alves. The 35-year-old posted a video on his Instagram on Wednesday of his new surroundings, as him and his girlfriend took it in turns to sprint up a steep incline. The caption alongside the video read: “My beautiful training partner! #stayactive #stayhome.” The Juventus star has regularly updated his 211 million followers on Instagram about his recent activities with football indefinitely suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.Tags: COVID-19Cristiano RonaldoJuventuslast_img