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Hotel Bed Used By Cristiano Ronaldo In Slovenia To Go Up For Auction At €5,000

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In recent developments, the hotel bed used by Cristiano Ronaldo during his international duty in Slovenia is set for auction, with proceeds benefiting charity. The Al-Nassr superstar was among the Portugal squad that visited Ljubljana for an international friendly, resulting in a 2-0 loss.

As reported by GOAL, the bed used by Ronaldo at The Grand Plaza Hotel will be auctioned off starting at €5,000. The hotel, in collaboration with POPTV, released a statement announcing an opportunity for fans to acquire this unique memorabilia item from the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.

‘We Will Offer The Bed In Which The Star Cristiano Ronaldo Slept’: Hotel’s Statement

The hotel unveiled this initiative following Portugal’s match in Ljubljana. What distinguishes this auction is its philanthropic aspect. All proceeds will be allocated to a worthy cause, imbuing this distinctive event with a charitable essence. The hotel spokesperson emphasized the exceptional nature of this opportunity, describing it as a special and unique event for fans.

“Since this was a rather special and unique event, we decided to prepare a unique surprise in which all fans can participate. We do not know when we will have the opportunity to host Ronaldo in Slovenia again. At a special auction, we will offer the bed in which the star Cristiano Ronaldo slept at our place. We wish everyone good luck and successful participation in the event.”


The initial bidding for the bed stands at €5,000, but it’s expected to escalate quickly as Ronaldo’s devoted fan base competes for the chance to own furniture that has been utilized by one of the greatest players in football history.

In that match against Slovenia, Ronaldo’s Portugal suffered a 2-0 defeat, with the Portugal stalwart playing the full ninety minutes. Currently, he continues to demonstrate his prowess at Al Nassr, notably scoring a hat-trick in the team’s recent match against Abha.

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