On Wednesday in Madrid (Spain), Cristiano Ronaldo launched his new business with a natural mineral water brand called “URSU 9”.
Cristiano Ronaldo is not just a great footballer. He is also a businessman. The Portuguese launched, on Wednesday, in Madrid (Spain) his brand of natural mineral water. Called “URSU 9” and selling for €0.79 (1.5 liters), it is made by Aguas Minerales de Avila, northwest of the Spanish capital, and is formulated as water with a high alkaline content, to compensate for the acidification of the body.
During the recent European Championship, Cristiano Ronaldo remarkably distinguished himself at a press conference by hiding two bottles of Coca-Cola in front of him before replacing them with a bottle of water. “Water! No Coca-Cola,” he said.
This new business is in addition to many businesses in the Golden Globe quintet, which have launched into lingerie, perfumes, shoes, sunglasses, hotels, and even hair transplants. A way to diversify at the end of his career, even if the 38-year-old striker, who has been playing since January at Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia, could still see himself playing for another “two or three years”.
And he does not intend to stop there. Once the cleats are suspended, Cristiano Ronaldo will see himself as the owner of a soccer team. “At the end of my career, I wouldn’t rule out buying a football team. It’s something I’d like to do, and it shouldn’t be leaving football anytime soon,” CR7 said.