Cristiano Ronaldo owns the world’s most expensive Rolex watch worth over £ 370,000

Cristiano Ronaldo owns the most expensive Rolex watch in the world, which is worth £ 371,000.

As one of the highest paid sports stars of all time, the Manchester United star is the ideal clientele for limited edition luxury goods.

And while it can’t rock it on Old Trafford grounds, a sparkling watch is the perfect accessory to slip on in your spare time.

As such, he bought a Rolex GMT Master Ice in 2019, which is the most expensive watch ever sold by famous watch designers.

So it’s no surprise that Ronaldo is one of a select group of people to own him.



Cristiano Ronaldo wearing his Rolex GMT Master Ice in January 2020

The timepiece is made of 18-carat white gold, while the bezel and bracelet are made of nearly 30-carats of expertly cut diamonds.

Stones cover virtually every square inch of the watch, and the case covering it is able to withstand water pressure of up to 100 meters.

There is also room for a date indicator and an Oysterlock clasp to secure it to the wrist.

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Rolex GMT Master Ice
The Rolex watch in all its splendor



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The watch may have been a Christmas present as he was first seen wearing it in an Instagram post from December 27, 2019.

The Portugal international’s first public appearance with him was at the Dubai Globe Soccer Awards in January 2020.

It seems that since then the watch has been stowed away in a safe place as it has not been seen with it since his days at Juventus.



Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne (L) reacts to a tackle from Cristiano Ronaldo (R) during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester United and Manchester City in Manchester, Great Britain on 06 November 2021
Ronaldo won’t wear the watch to work, for obvious reasons

The jewel is worth more than some of the cars in Ronaldo’s vast collection.

He showed up at United’s training ground at Carrington earlier this season in a £ 170,000 Lamborghini Urus, two more of which he could have bought with the watch money.

Its more expensive vehicles, such as the £ 1.4million Ferrari Monza, the £ 2.15million Bugatti Chiron and the £ 1.7million Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport, eclipse those numbers, however. .

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