Amid rumours of a return to former club Sporting Lisbon, here is how much Cristiano Ronaldo spent in transporting his $5m worth of supercars from Turin.
Pricey supercars that were transported in two covered car-carriers includes the Bugatti Chiron and Veyron Super Sport.
Others cars transported during the 3am operation includes Mercedes BRABUS G-Wagon, McLaren Senna, and Ferrari F12 Tour de France.
Want to know how much Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo spent in transporting one of the largest and most impressive car collection in the sporting world?
Recall that earlier in the week, the news of Cristiano Ronaldo transporting his cars away from Turin to a reported destination, Madrid, made headlines after his cars were spotted being loaded into a car-carrier.
Then, it was thought that just one car-carrier was used to transport his supercars during the 3.a.m operation, to keep away prying eyes. Now, latest reports says two transporters were in fact sent to take his pricey rides from his mansion in Turin.
And still on how much was spent to remove these multi-million dollar garage, MARCA spoke with Grupo Carino, a Spanish company that transports vehicles, and got to know that the two trucks would have cost 4,800 euros plus VAT to hire.
And the fact that the two lorries were covered and transported pricey supercars like the Bugatti Chiron and Veyron Super Sport, a Mercedes BRABUS G-Wagon, McLaren Senna, and Ferrari F12 Tour de France, meant that the cost would probably have risen by 35 to 50 percent.
With each car-carrier carrying over two million euros worth of luxury cars, Grupo Carino estimates that Ronaldo would have paid Lisbon-based hauling company, Rodo Cargo, between 13,000 (N6.6 million) and 15,000 euros (N7.6 million) for the operation.