He just can't stop winning, Cristiano Ronaldo is winning on the pitch and off the pitch. Arguably the greatest footballer of all time now also one of the richest footballer of all time. He just treat himself to an incredibly rare 8.5 million-pound Bugatti Centodieci.
The car is however limited to 236 miles-per-hour, the Italian beast boasts a 8-litre, W16 engine capable of steaming out 1,600 horsepower.
The car is incredibly rare with just 10 produced thus so far. The supercar is been modified to suit Cristiano Ronaldo needs and will be delivered to him towards the end of the year, with the vehicle described as officially purchased.
The car will be painted black-and-white to celebrate the forward's successful stint in Juventus.
Juventus just won their nineth consecutive serie a title, with Ronaldo helping himself to 31 goals so far with a game to go.
Recall that the expensive purchase comes days after it was revealed that the legendary footballer had also bought a new luxury luxury yacht worth £5.5M
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