- Needy families have been given the rubble from the rooftop of Cristiano Ronaldo's house in Lisbon in touching gesture
- The Manchester United forward was last three months told to demolish some extensions from his house which he did
- Cristiano Ronaldo has been incredible this season for Manchester United in all competitions since he returned
Cristiano Ronaldo has recycled the rubble from the rooftop of his house in Lisbon and has donated it to local poor families around in what was an awesome gesture.
It would be recalled that back in September this year, Cristiano Ronaldo was ordered to remove an illegal rooftop from his house in Lisbon and the Portugal international did as told.
The bricks and other material left by bulldozers is to be given a second life after being handed to locals living on the breadline according to the report on Mirror
Manuel Tibo who is the mayor of Terras de Bouro which is the area Ronaldo's house is situated in Lisbon explained that the Manchester United star has done well with the donation.
He also urged other big property owners in the community to join Cristiano Ronaldo in gesture that will make the needy happy.
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates are currently preparing for their next Premier League encounter against Arsenal on Thursday night, December 2.
What is Manchester United's position on the Premier League table?
Manchester United are currently occupying 10th position on the Premier League table, while Arsenal occupy fifth and a win against the Red Devils will take them to fourth.
The Red Devils will for the first time be under new manager Ralf Rangnick for the clash against the Gunners.
Cristiano Ronaldo publicly backs claims Lionel Messi stole the Ballon d’Or from him and Lewandowski
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo took to social media to back a claim that Lionel Messi stole the 2021 Ballon d’or from him and Robert Lewandowski.
Lionel Messi was handed a seventh Ballon d’or title on Monday night, November 29, but fans have blasted France Football for ignoring Robert Lewandowski.
And a five-time recipient of the same award, Ronaldo, who garnered 435 votes to finish sixth has commented ‘facts’ underneath a post detailing why the Manchester United star should have won it.
Daily Mail are reporting that a Facebook account called 'Cristiano Ronaldo - The Legendary' describes Messi's accolade as 'Theft. Dirt. Shame. Simply regrettable.