EThe Lisbon city council has announced the inspection of the apartment that Cristiano Ronaldo bought in the center of the Portuguese capital, supposedly for having carried out works without the consent of the municipal chamber. Cristiano bought the apartment, according to local media, for 7.2 million euros in one of the most expensive residential areas of the Portuguese capital.
The inspection comes after Georgina Rodriguez, soccer player couple, publish a recorded video of the property’s terrace in which local media observed a metal structure outside the original project. The 288-square-meter flat, located opposite Eduardo VII Park, has a spa, movie theater, indoor and outdoor pools, and a terrace from which you can see the Tagus River and the entire city.
The inspection will verify if alterations have been made with respect to the approved project by the city council, which has confirmed that after 2020 no change has been requested in the project signed by the architect Jose Mateus.
In statements to local media, the mayor of Lisbon, Fernando Medina, has explained that, since there is no complaint, the house has not been inspected so far, so it is not yet known what exactly has been done, and has assured that if true, “it will be regularized in accordance with the law.”
For its part, Mateus described the news through his social networks as “disrespectful” which has been carried out “without the consent of architects, neighbors and without an approved project.”