The Portuguese winger is currently in news for his much speculated transfer to Italian club Juventus.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal may have crashed out of the World Cup, but the winger continues to make headlines. Ronaldo is reportedly set to leave Real Madrid to join the Italian club Juventus, which has come as a huge surprise to the footballing world. And now, the Portuguese star is in talks with Facebook for his own reality show.
According to Guardian, Cristiano Ronaldo is making a 13-part reality show which would give an insight into his day-to-day lifestyle. The show would focus on how Ronaldo and his family lives, and it is reported that Ronaldo will be paid a whopping £9m from Facebook for the show.
Guardian states that no deal has been finalised as of now, but Ronaldo is willing to open the gates of his home to Facebook’s spies. Earlier, a documentary on Ronaldo, with the same name, was released in 2015.
Ronaldo is also in talks with Juventus for a potential transfer, which has rocked the Real Madrid fan-base. Ronaldo joined Real Madrid in 2009, and since has been their most important player. He appeared in 292 La Liga games for the club, scoring an incredible 311 goals.
In his 438 games for Real Madrid, he has scored 450 goals, thus being the club’s highest goalscorer in history.
According to the reports, Juventus have made a £88m offer to Real Madrid for Cristiano Ronaldo, which has been accepted by the club.