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Cristiano Ronaldo is a man very concerned about his appearance, a flirtatious to an extreme degree. He not only recognizes it, he brags about it. He cares about his hair, his clothes and his face too. Its aesthetic touches are well known and to follow them you just have to go through its graphic file. But if the Portuguese footballer, who now triumphs at Juventus in Turin, is a perfectionist in this aspect of his life, he is more so with his physique. Cristiano Ronaldo is willing to do everything possible to stay in shape, to take time to age in order to delay his withdrawal from the pitch as long as possible. This Friday, the forward turns 36, an age at which any other footballer would be thinking of leaving him, he, on the other hand, what he plans is how to remain active and at the first level being one of the greatest scorers in history.

From his years at Manchester, Cristiano drew the conviction of the need to sculpt his body and pamper it to the maximum to get the most out of it. In training he is always the most dedicated footballer but he is also the most dedicated in the gym, both in the team and in his own. A lover of showing aspects of his life on social networks, many of his publications are related to the time he spends exercising on the latest model machines that he has in his various residences. In the morning he trains with his colleagues but in the afternoons he continues with his exercises at home. At those times, she sometimes has the company of her partner, Georgina Rodríguez, who is also a lover of the cult of the body. Both have even started to instill these habits in their four children.

Cristiano has been dedicated to football since he was a child and it is difficult for him to think of a life away from a ball. With a contract at Juventus in Turin and the undisputed titleholder in the Portuguese national team, it is taken for granted that when this stage of Italy ends he will sign for an Arab team where you can play beyond the recommended limits and where you charge a lot of money. In fact, Cristiano already maintains a close relationship with Dubai. Christmas spends there and receives non-stop awards. Cristiano Ronaldo, like Luis Figo, Roberto Carlos and up to a dozen footballers, enjoy a golden visa from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), according to local press. Its concession is much more than a symbolic recognition: it provides them with a country of residence without taxes on income or capital, something undoubtedly attractive when many countries consider increasing taxes to the wealthiest to alleviate the fiscal hole of the pandemic. Cristiano ranks second on the list Forbes among the highest paid athletes of the decade, behind only Roger Federer. The magazine calculates income of 720 million euros since 2010, of which 88 million euros in 2019.

This year is being good for Cristiano in sports but not without controversy due to the particular way in which he is handling the pandemic. He left for Portugal in isolation, leaving his companions in Turin with controversy. He contracted the coronavirus in October and also lived through self-quarantine. “I am not afraid of the virus, but I have respect for it,” he explained. And he related the details of his confinement: “I am here at home taking a little sun, it is not too hot, but I can take a little vitamin D. I have slept well, I have eaten well and I have taken the sun. In Portugal I was topIt was 23 degrees, here it’s 15 more or less ”. And he concluded: “I have to be at home in quarantine.”

The latest controversy has been carried out only a few days ago coinciding with the birthday of Georgina Rodríguez, when the couple decided to break the limits and go to a hotel in the snow, a trip that was picked up on social networks, which led to the Italian police to open an investigation. It is not the first time that the soccer star ends up in the center of the storm for bypassing the restrictions imposed to curb the pandemic. Last October, the player traveled from Italy to Portugal to play there with the Portuguese team and the transfer back to Turin made him already infected with coronavirus. He assured that he had complied with all the necessary security measures on the trips both in the private plane first and later in the ambulance that took him to his luxurious mansion. But the event raised great controversy and the Italian Sports Minister, Vincenzo Spadafora, considered that the player had violated Italian protocol when he left the transalpine country to concentrate on Portugal.

So far the fans have forgiven him everything for his game and his goals. His football is his best business card and his safe conduct that he will try to keep renewing.

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