Euro 2020 semifinals: After Euro exit, Cristiano Ronaldo shares pictures of his vacation in Majorca; check pics

Euro 2020 semifinals: Ronaldo shares pictures of vacation in Majorca
Euro 2020 semifinals: Ronaldo shares pictures of vacation in Majorca

Euro 2020 semifinals: After Euro exit, Cristiano Ronaldo shares pictures of his vacation in Majorca; check pics- Cristiano Ronaldo has been spotted enjoying a holiday on a yacht in Majorca with his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and his four children.

Portugal bowed out of the Euro 2020 with a disappointing 1-0 defeat at the hand of Belgium. It could be his last European championship as the footballer is unlikely to don the Portuguese shirt in the next edition.

There have been severe rumours of his potential return to Manchester United but he is expected to be with Juventus in the next season. The pre-season training will kick start in the coming week with the Serie-A scheduled for a 22nd August start.

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The 36 year old shared a photo on Instagram where he can be seen with his girlfriend and kids. The yacht he used to ski off to Majorca is probably the one he purchased in 2020 for a whopping £5.5million.

 

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He has used his yacht earlier whenever he gets time for relaxation and Majorca seems to have emerged as his go-to destination for vacationing. It reportedly has five massive luxury cabins and six spacious bathrooms. It can reach a top speed of 28 knots and is believed to be one of the most exotic yachts the world has ever seen.

He recently also topped the Instagram rich list as he reportedly charged an enormous £1.2m for a post on the social media account. He currently has 309 million followers which are the highest on Instagram.

The Portuguese legend is still going strong at 36 and will lead Portugal’s challenge in the 2022 Qatar World Cup. They have failed to do justice to their potential and next year’s World Cup has emerged as his last possible major tournament.