The Portugal and Juventus star has opened his latest hair transplant clinic in Madrid.
Cristiano Ronaldo opened his 'Insparya' hair transplant clinic in Madrid this Monday amidst huge excitement and with his Spanish girlfriend Georgina Rodríguez in attendance. The footballer has teamed up with Paulo Ramos to launch the Insparya Group's first international clinic, having previously only been based in Portugal.
Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to open in Madrid
"I wanted the first clinic of the international expansion to be located in Madrid, the city where I lived for so many years", said the player, who has previously admitted that Madrid is the city which has had the biggest impact on his life. The centre, which will start operating today, Wednesday, aims to carry out 18 transplants a day, each one costing from 4,000 euros, and which boasts a number of footballers as previous satisfied clients.
Among these are Portuguese teammates of Cristiano Ronaldo, including José Bosingwa and Raúl Meireles alongside fellow countrymen Carlos Martins, Rubén Micael and legendary Atlético Madrid player Paulo Futre and French player Robert Pirés.
All of the players have had a hair transplant on their scalps, however there is one other patient who isn't a footballer on the list of happy customers: Cristiano Ronaldo's mother Dolores Aveiro, who had an eyebrow transplant.