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Cristiano Ronaldo's Bugatti has been crashed into a house out in Majorca, with the Manchester United forward currently there on holiday.
The Portuguese superstar was reportedly not in the vehicle, which is said to have suffered some damage. The 37-year-old had two supercars shipped out to the island for the break.
And it is the black £1.7million 900 horsepower Bugatti Veyron which is said to have crashed into a house in the east coast resort of Sa Coma. #It was only on Sunday that Ronaldo was celebrating his son's 12th birthday, and the mood will have turned sour after the damage done to his expensive motor.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner arrived in Majorca with his five children and girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez back on June 14. But it was Police are believed to be investigating the incident which occurred on Monday morning.
It is understood the driver of the vehicle has suffered no serious injuries but with the car, it is thought there's extensive damage to the front of the vehicle. Ronaldo had taken his family away to the Spanish island during his summer break from Premier League, while he had his beloved ov Bugatti as well as the family SUV shipped over.
The family had travelled down via their £20million private jet following his spell on international duty with Portugal It is thought that Ronaldo and his family are staying in a £10,000-per-night mansion – a property based on the recommendation of his former Real Madrid team-mate Sergio Ramos.
The high-end villa has its own gym, football pitch as well as several luxury jacuzzis. As with that's not enough, there is a volleyball court and a swimming pool.
The superstar has been enjoying the exotic getaway and even taking his family out on a private super yacht – worth around £5.5m – out of Port Adriano on Wednesda.
United's pre-season training getting underway on June 27 as the attacker faces his first season under new boss Erik ten Hag.
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