Cristiano Ronaldo's Gulfstream G200 fly is only one of the 250 at any point made - The plane is very spacious as it can suit between eight to 10 travelers - Ronaldo gained the airplane in 2015 when he was all the while playing for Real Madrid Cristiano Ronaldo was as of late left abandoned in Madeira, Portugal after his personal jet was supposedly grounded in Madrid. Ronaldo had been in isolate with his accomplice Georgina Rodriguez and his family following the worldwide flare-up of coronavirus pandemic.
In any case, with his plane stuck in Spain over movement limitations in the nation, the Portuguese star needed to look for choices to travel to Turin, Italy. Ronaldo purchased the Gulfstream G200 twin-motor fly when he was still at Real Madrid for an astounding £20million.
Cristiano Ronaldo's Gulfstream personal jet is as of now grounded in Spain. Photograph: The Sun. Source: UGC And it could merit each penny spent - at any rate if its mind boggling highlights are anything to pass by.
The G200 is very ample as it can oblige between eight to 10 travelers - enough space for Ronaldo's group of five. The G200 is just one of the only 250 at any point produced. Photograph: The Sun. Source: UGC The restricted version of the Gulfstream likewise has a closet where Cristiano can store his stuff, WiFi association and a fax machine. The kitchen region has an electric stove, microwave, cooler and a different theater setup.
The plane is very open and can oblige up to 10 travelers. Photograph: The Sun. Source: UGC Meanwhile, the five-time Ballon d'Or victor has since left Portugal for Italy where he is required to interface up with his Juventus colleagues. The previous Real Madrid star will, be that as it may, need to finish a 14-day isolate period before he is permitted to coordinate with the remainder of the crew.
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