In order to start his time in Saudi Arabia in grand fashion, Cristiano Ronaldo has booked a suite at the opulent Kingdom Tower, which is one of the country’s tallest and most impressive skyscrapers. Reports indicate that the former Manchester United forward could run up a debt of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars by the time he moves his family into a house in the Middle East that would be their permanent residence.

Following the termination of his contract with Manchester United in November, Ronaldo decided to leave European football and sign a deal with Al-Nassr for a period of two and a half years. It is speculated that the Portuguese icon’s monetary payout is greater than £400 million, and despite this, he has not been hesitant to buy his first property. Ronaldo is staying at the 99-story Kingdom Tower, which offers the greatest views of Riyadh.

Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s Saudi home with ex-Man Utd ace living in super-sized ‘Kingdon Suite’ that costs £250k a month. – Four Seasons hotel Riyadh

He resides in the ‘Kingdom suite’ with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and their five children, as described by the hotel: “Entertain guests with unmatched views of Riyadh.” Our newest two-story suite spans the hotel’s 48th and 50th floors and features a spacious living area, private office, dining room, and media room. The hotel’s interior is worthy of a five-time Ballon d’Or winner with an annual income of £172 million.

Ronaldo’s suite and the “royal suite” – smaller but still larger than most UK apartments at 2,595 square feet – are not posted on the website of the Kingdom Tower and must be rented discreetly. However, the “Presidential Suite,” which costs £3,300 a night, provides some indication of how much he is spending during his stay.

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