Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend entitled to £86,000 per month if couple break up


Christian Ronaldo and wife Georgina Rodriguez

Despite the fact that they are not legally married, Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez have a pre-nuptial agreement that provides for Georgina to earn £86,000 each month in the event of a breakup.

The pre-nuptial agreement is intended to protect Georgina’s financial future in the event that their relationship doesn’t work out, the Daily Mail said.

Since they started dating in 2017, Ronaldo and his girlfriend have been blessed with two kids.

The great player and his model girlfriend reportedly split up a few weeks ago, according to rumors.

The duo was later spotted together in Spain, but Ronaldo’s mother quickly denied the rumor.

The Portugal international, who has spent the majority of the last 20 years playing in Europe, was revealed as Al-Nassr’s major signing in January.

With an estimated £175 million contract per year, Ronaldo became the highest-paid player in the world as a result of the move.

Afrobeat musician Davido has said that he is close friends with Portugal captain Ronaldo.

The Nigerian rapper was discussing his friendship with the former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward.

Ronaldo, who presently represents Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr, is still regarded as one of football’s all-time greats. 

 When Portugal was eliminated by Morocco from the Qatar 2022 World Cup, he was the target of trolls from opposing supporters.

Davido responded by expressing surprise at how a world-famous athlete like Ronaldo could be disrespected after all he has accomplished.

“Check out Ronaldo…He was my friend, by the way, and a very good friend when he left the World Cup.
“I recall like being on the internet when he left the World Cup (Qatar 2022), and people were bashing him so much…after everything he had done. That is my biggest worry.
Ronaldo’s name was utilized by Davido in his mega-hit song “If” at one point, and the Portugal star was recently photographed jamming to the song.

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