Cristiano Ronaldo can’t have taken the decision to move his fleet of cares away from Turin very lightly – it’s made quite the dent in his wallet.
Much was made of the images of Ronaldo’s supercars being transported away from Turin on lorries, with the destination reportedly Madrid.
MARCA has made contact with Grupo Carino, a Spanish company that transports vehicles, to see what kind of cost this would bare.
It appears that Ronaldo moved around ten cars from his Turin home, in two separate lorries, which would have totalled a cost of 4,800 euros plus VAT.
The fact that the lorries were under cover and that they were transporting pricey vehicles meant that the cost would probably have risen by 35 to 50 percent.
After all, the lorries were containing cars like a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport (worth 1.3 million euros), a McLaren Senna (one million euros) and a Ferrari F12 Tour de France (900,000 euros).
The whole operation would have cost two million euros per lorry, making it just over four million euros in total.
So, in total upfront cost, Grupo Carino estimates that Ronaldo would have spent between 13,000 and 15,000 euros on the operation.