Cristiano Ronaldo is living in luxury as he begins a new life in Saudi Arabia following his lucrative move to Al-Nassr.
The Portuguese star, 37, joined the Middle Eastern outfit last month in a A$308 million-a-year deal, The Sun reports.
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He flew out to Saudi earlier this week and was unveiled in front of the fans in a public training session at the Mrsool Park stadium.
And while he has not yet made his debut for the club, he has already settled into luxury accommodation.
Ronaldo in staying in a Four Seasons hotel in the Kingdom Tower – one of the tallest buildings in Saudi Arabia, according to The Mail.
The former Manchester United man is situated in the “Kingdom Suite” – which stretches across two levels in the 99-floor skyscraper.
The price of the suite is not listed, but the smaller “Presidential Suite” is available for A$5,800 per night.
Some estimates have placed Ronaldo’s overall hotel bill by the time he checks out in one month at as much as A$440,000.
Ronaldo, who will be able to drink in an incredible view of Riyadh, will only be living in the suite while he searches for a permanent residence.
Describing the Kingdom Suite, the hotel says: “Entertain guests with unparalleled views of Riyadh.
“Our newest two-storey suite spans the 48th and 50th floors of the Hotel, with a soaring living room, a private office, a dining room and a media room.”
The food on offer for Ronaldo is from a range of different places including China, Japan, India and the Middle East.
The Real Madrid legend’s partner, Georgina Rodriguez, is said to be happy with the hotel as it is set in a mall with shops such as Louis Vuitton and Zara.
Other amenities include a tennis court, a spa, a sauna and massage treatments.
Meanwhile, the search is continuing to find Ronaldo a new permanent home as he begins his two-and-a-half-year deal in Saudi.
Al Muhammadiyah and Al Nakheel – prestigious areas of Saudi – are believed to be two of the ideal destinations.
Both are gated communities situated near Al-Nassr’s Mrsool Park stadium.
Within the areas are things such as swimming pools, pre-schools, shops, clinics, gyms and restaurants.
This means Ronaldo would rarely have to leave the compound aside from for training or matches.
However, no alcohol is on offer as it is banned across the country.
Ronaldo is expected to make his Saudi Pro League debut for Al-Nassr on January 22 against Ettifaq as he looks to help his side maintain their position at the top of the table.
But three days before that, it is being reported he will feature for around 30 minutes in a friendly between a combined XI of Al-Nassr and Al-Hilal players and Paris Saint-Germain.
That means fans could see Ronaldo and Lionel Messi on the same pitch one final time.
– This article originally appeared in The Sun and was republished with permission.