Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez: Financial Security in Their Relationship
Although Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez are not married, they have taken steps to protect their future in case they part ways. It has been reported that the couple has a pre-nuptial agreement in place, ensuring that Georgina receives a monthly sum of £86,000 if their relationship comes to an end.
The purpose of this prenup, according to sources cited by the Daily Mail, is to provide financial stability for Georgina, safeguarding her interests if things don’t work out between them. Ronaldo and Rodriguez have been together since 2017 and are parents to two children.
Recently, rumors surfaced claiming that the football superstar and his model girlfriend had separated. However, Ronaldo’s mother swiftly dismissed the reports, and the couple was later seen together in Spain, dispelling any doubts about their relationship.
Cristiano Ronaldo, renowned for his exceptional football career, made a significant move to Al-Nassr in January, becoming their marquee signing. After dominating European football for the past two decades, this transfer made Ronaldo the highest-paid player in the world, with a staggering estimated annual contract worth £175 million.
On another note, Afrobeat sensation Davido openly shared that he considers Ronaldo to be a close friend. The Nigerian musician spoke fondly about his relationship with the former Real Madrid and Manchester United star. Ronaldo, currently playing for Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr, continues to be one of the greatest footballers to have graced the game.
However, even Ronaldo faces criticism and trolling from rival fans, as witnessed when Portugal was eliminated from the Qatar 2022 World Cup by Morocco. Davido expressed his surprise and dismay at how a global superstar like Ronaldo could be subjected to such treatment, despite his remarkable achievements on the field.
“It’s crazy being on top of the world and the next moment, you’re not. Even with soccer, with football, you win all these awards, you win the Champions League, you win the World Cup, and people don’t still feel like it’s enough?” Davido shared his thoughts on AB Talks.
Davido further revealed his personal connection to Ronaldo, emphasizing their friendship. He recalled how he saw Ronaldo facing intense abuse online after his World Cup exit, which deeply affected him. Davido expressed that witnessing such treatment toward Ronaldo, despite his numerous accomplishments, is one of his greatest fears.
It’s worth mentioning that Davido’s hit song “If” featured Ronaldo’s name, and there was even footage of the Portuguese star enjoying the track.