In order to preserve his view, Cristiano Ronaldo wants to purchase an upscale golf clubhouse next to his £17 million Portuguese mansion and then destroy it.

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The parking park and the entire structure would be moved, according to the multimillion Manchester United star.

Ronaldo, a 37-year-old father of five, wants to guarantee his privacy and build a drive to the property.

He intends to relocate there with his five children, 28-year-old partner Georgina Rodriguez.

According to sources close to his ultra-modern “Ron Designs” dream home, he has also included an elevator-equipped garage with room for 30 supercars.

The Portuguese captain, who makes £500,000 a week and is rumoured to be leaving United, will be able to choose a motor with the push of a button.

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To ensure that the marble in his pad remains exclusive, he is even rumoured to be considering purchasing an Italian quarry.

The cost of the house at Quinta da Marinha on the Portuguese Riviera increased from £10 million to £17 million, as reported by The Sun earlier this year.

But as he refines designs with renowned architect Vitor Vitorino, is poised to fly much higher.

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Early next year, the 12,000 square foot property is expected to be completed.

There are both indoor and outdoor swimming pools as well as spacious bedroom suites with breathtaking sea views.

Plans for the location, which is close to Cascais village, also include for a movie theatre, spa, games area, and office.

 Earlier tonight, a project-related insider said: “The clubhouse was a problem for him so he wants the problem removed. “Cost is not an issue – he is a perfectionist who can afford perfection. ” According to a story from yesterday, Miguel Champalimaud, the owner of Oitavos Golf Club, was in talks with the star’s attorneys.

Requests for Mr. Champalimaud to respond were not answered.


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