The player has not achieved the European Cup that he craved for Juventus but has managed to close his affairs with the Treasury and with the woman who accused him of an alleged violation.
The first year balance of Cristiano Ronaldo in Italy is positive professionally, although he has not managed to lift the long-awaited European Cup with Juventus of Turin, and bittersweet personally. The accusations of an alleged violation of the American model Kathryn Mayorga, which have not finally prospered, and her problems with the Spanish Treasury have clouded much of her new life in the transalpine country. In Turin, the Portuguese star has been quiet and familiar every day, always accompanied by his partner Georgina Rodríguez, who has been his supporter in the toughest moments. Although neither of them thinks about returning, both have maintained their ties with Spain. The striker, who opened a hair implant clinic in Madrid a few months ago, managed by his girlfriend, has recently bought a spectacular mansion of 1.5 million euros in Marbella. The property adds to its real estate empire, valued at 30 million euros.
During the delivery in the Spanish capital of the Marca Leyenda award on Monday 29, CR7 affectionately recalled Real Madrid, with which he has won four Champions Leagues and acknowledged that it has been the club that has marked his career. She also confessed that the city, where she also met Georgina when she worked as a shop assistant in a luxury fashion store, is the one she misses most. He also revealed that making the leap to Italy was not easy. "It's not easy to leave Real Madrid after being nine years old and arriving in Italy, in a different league, different teammates, with 33 years ... but it has been one of the best seasons I've done," he said. It is increasingly integrated into the Turin team, with which it conquered its first scudetto, -the eighth consecutive league for the club- and in the city