The Coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic has led to a suspension of all football leagues and activities around the world, with a number of clubs urging their players to go into self-isolation and remain at home.
Portugal and Juventus superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo is another one who is under self-isolation at his hometown of Madeira - with news even emerging that he had transformed his hotels into hospital centers to treat patients with coronavirus.
However, that news has being confirmed as being fake with staff members revealing that no such thing has been done with the owner himself deciding to stay back in Portugal rather than travel to Italy.
Cristiano Ronaldo's Lisbon hotel say "we are not going to be a hospital" despite reports to the contrary. https://t.co/D6Xtwo10Md— beIN SPORTS USA (@beINSPORTSUSA) March 16, 2020
Staying on the hotel topic, fans are curious to know how many such chains Ronaldo owns, with the 35-year-old owning two such hotels in Portugal, with one located in Lisbon and another one his hometown, Madeira.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner however has a chain of his hotels scheduled to open up later this year, with it scheduled to open in New York, Madrid and Marrakech. In total, Ronaldo has two hotels which are open and three more which will open up later this year.
The brand of Cristiano Ronaldo hotels is set to launch their sixth edition of the his hotel chain at Paris in 2021. The venture for the CR7 hotel in the Left Bank area of the city, south of the Seine River is set to cost Cristiano Ronaldo around £53million.