Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has sold his mansion to Portugal teammate Pepe.
According to media outlet Corriere da Manha, Cristiano Ronaldo and Pepe sealed the deal for the house while they were on international duty with Portugal this summer as the European champions added the UEFA Nations League to their trophy cabinet.
Former Manchester United star Ronaldo bought the said house in Geres, Portugal for £3.5m seven years ago.
He sold the house to Pepe for £2.25m as the Juventus talisman took a £1.25m hit on the property.
Pepe is back in Portugal for club football after a spell in Turkish football with Besiktas.
The veteran centre back is back in Portugal with former Super League champions FC Porto.
On his part, Cristiano Ronaldo is the main man for Italian Serie A champions Juventus following his club-record move to Turin last summer.
Juventus made a huge transfer coup when they signed Ronaldo from Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid during last summer’s transfer window.
Juventus paid £100m to secure his signing from Real Madrid.
The 34-year-old had spent nine years at the Estadio Santiago Bernebeu on the back of his £80m move from Premier League giants Manchester United in 2009.