Cristiano Ronaldo Mobbed By Fans As He Drives £8.5 Million Bugatti Centodieci In Madrid

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Cristiano Ronaldo was mobbed by admiring fans on his return to Madrid with his £8.5 million Bugatti Centodieci.

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Cristiano Ronaldo, the five times Ballon d’Or winner spent nine years in the Spanish capital from 2009 to 2018 where he won several trophies including four Champions League titles.

The Portuguese International then returned to the city driving his expensive Bugatti which are only ten in the entire world.

Ronaldo was the seventh person in the world to own one, but was almost prevented from unleashing the vehicle’s power as he was overwhelmed by supporters as he showcased it for the first time in public.

In the footage that has gone viral online, Ronaldo was seen wearing a white top, white trousers, and a dark blazer, and was seen signing autographs for the crowd.

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He (Ronaldo) then headed to his white car protected by bodyguards who led him to the driver’s seat.

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Fans of Ronaldo pushed and shoved each other in an attempt to get a photo with their idol.

With his fans chanting his name in synchrony, Ronaldo climbed into his 1,600-horsepower Bugatti and drove off.

The ex-Manchester United forward also owns a Bugatti Chiron and a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse in addition to the Centodieci.

The all-time men’s most-capped player made a then world record transfer to Real Madrid from Manchester United in 2008 and went on to become the club’s record goalscorer.

The 38-year-old left Madrid in 2018 shortly after he won his fifth Champions League with the club. He opted for a change as he switched Los Blancos for Italian club Juventus.

During his stint at the Bernabeu, the Portugal’s leading goalscorer scored 450 goals in 438 appearances winning four Ballon d’Or and four Champions League titles.

Cristiano Ronaldo enjoyed his time in Madrid and continued to deliver under the likes of Jose Mourinho, Zinedine Zidane, and Carlo Ancelotti before he parted ways with the Spanish powerhouse.

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After his unexpected departure from Manchester United, Ronaldo relocated to Saudi Arabia team Al Nassr in the Middle East. Although he claims he was done with Europe and wanted to help develop the sport overseas, he would undoubtedly be welcomed back in Madrid.

Real Madrid have had some success and some failure after he left, particularly in the early days after his departure.

With Ancelotti back at the helm, they’re almost as good as they were when they won the European Cup in 2016. With Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure, Karim Benzema has risen to prominence and won the most recent Ballon d’Or.

What’s next for Cristiano Ronaldo?

The Al Nassr captain will be back in action for his team after the International break when they face Al Adalah in the Saudi Arabia Pro League on Tuesday, 4th of April, 2023.

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