Ronaldo's earned $630,000 per week while playing for Manchester United during the 2020/21 season, making him the highest-paid player in the English Premier League by a large margin.Though his salary for this season has been cut by 25% due to United's failure to secure a place in Champions League, he'll still be the league's second-highest earner, behind Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne. Purchased in February 2021 to celebrate his 36th birthday, Ronaldo's Bugatti Centodieci is one of only 10 in the world. The car can go from 0-60 mph in just 2.4 seconds and has a top speed of 236 mph.Nestled in a private country club in Marbella on the Costa del Sol, Ronaldo purchased this amazing villa for $1.6 million in 2019.Built by the Otero Group, a luxury villa developer, the property features a built-in theatre, LED driveways, and an infinity pool. It's also close by to a similar property owned by UFC star Conor McGregor. Ronaldo is an ambassador for the major charities UNICEF and World Vision.He also regularly donates to the Red Cross, Save the Children, and the Make-A-Wish foundation.Among his most generous gestures was a $5 million donation he made to aid relief activities in Nepal after an earthquake killed nearly 8,000 people in 2015.Ronaldo owns a chain of lifestyle hotels which are part of the Pestana Hotel Group.The chain has hotels in New York City, Lisbon, Paris, Marrakesh, and Madrid, though its marquee establishment is a four-star hotel in Funchal Madeira, where Ronaldo was born.The hotel in Funchal – which is themed around Ronaldo himself – boasts stunning views of the harbour and spa facilities, while it's also attached to Ronaldo's own museum. In 2015, the United forward paid nearly $30,000 to have a wax statue of himself, similar to the one in Madrid's Museum of Wax, made that he could keep at home.Even stranger is that he reportedly pays for a hair stylist to attend to the museum version once a month to be sure the statue's hairstyle is current.Cristiano told us to be sure his figure was perfect, the museum's communications director told a local news outlet.