Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly planning to live in England once he retires from football and is considering making Manchester his permanent home.
The Portugal superstar has four children, and he and partner Georgina Rodriguez revealed last week that they're expecting twins, prompting the 36-year-old to start planning for the long-term.
It's understood that the former Real Madrid and Juventus man is currently looking for a forever home in Manchester – a city dear to his heart.
"Cristiano has lived all over the world, but England has always held a special place in his heart," a source toldThe Sun.
"He loves the north west and is looking to find a permanent base which he can call home after he retires from the game."
In September, reports emerged that Ronaldo intends to retire at Manchester United, though he expects to keep playing for at least another two or three more years.
His attention will then turn to coaching his son, Cristiano Jr, who is currently in the United academy.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner first became a father in 2010, but has not revealed the identity of Cristiano Jr's mother.
In 2017, he announced he had become father to twins via surrogacy, and later that year Rodriguez gave birth to the couple's first child together, a daughter.
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Ronaldo and Rodriguez took to Instagram last week to announce their latest baby news, sharing ultrasound photos of their unborn twins.
Ronaldo made a sensational return to Old Trafford in August, 12 years after leaving the club for Real Madrid.
He initially joined United in 2003 from Sporting Lisbon, before securing a move to Spain for a world record fee in 2009.
After scoring a whopping 450 goals in 438 appearances and winning four Champions League titles with Madrid, Ronaldo joined Juventus in 2018.
In Italy he won two Serie A titles and netted over a century of goals in three seasons before sealing a fairy-tale move back to United.
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