Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is leading the way at Euro 2020 with his impressive success with his country, but he continues to be active off the field at the same time.
The player has scored 5 goals during the tournament, and is preparing to face Belgium in the round of 16, aspiring to lead his country to continue its path to preserve the title.
The 36-year-old has obtained exclusive facilities in the Spanish city of Marbella, to invest and expand through his own group “Insparya” which works in the field of hair transplantation.
How much will Ronaldo pay for this hospital?
The Portuguese network “Jaleos” reported that Ronaldo, who continues to see his fortune grow, has decided to rent a hospital in Marbella to expand his investment activities.
It explained that he would pay 20,000 euros per month to rent the hospital, making it his second in this area in Spain, after the clinic he opened in Madrid more than two years ago.
This hospital stands out for its vital location in Marbella, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, where Ronaldo decided to rent it for ten years.
Why is it considered a suspect hospital?
The Portuguese network revealed that there was a controversial incident at this location in 2002, when Nigeria’s first lady, Stella Obasanjo, died two days after undergoing liposuction there.
The surgeon was accused of a mistake that led to her death, by not properly extracting the cannula, causing massive blood loss.
And then the group “Humanline Ban” rented it to see die there a Cuban woman also underwent liposuction and eye repair.
Dr. Ramon Roig, the owner of the hospital, had previously put it up for sale, but Ronaldo preferred to rent its facilities for this period.
What do Ronaldo’s future plans look like?
For his part, the Juventus star has asked the current owners to completely evacuate the hospital, in order to make a strong change in this very special place.
The Portuguese should implement a major advertising campaign, in which he invests up to five million euros, to promote this hospital, which has a surface area of 4,000 meters and consists of 15 operating rooms.
Thus, Ronaldo extends his activity in the field of hair transplantation, as he has other clinics in Porto, Lisbon, Braga and Madrid,