Brazil’s Ronaldinho puts mansion up for WCup rent
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazilian soccer midfielder Ronaldinho is putting his Rio de Janeiro mansion on the rental market during the last half of the World Cup.
The two-time FIFA player of the year and 2002 World Cup winner, says on his Facebook page, “I am placing my house in Rio up for rent” and posts a link to the real estate agency handling the property.
The agency says on its website that the five-bedroom house is available for the first 15 days of July for a whopping $15,522 a day.
Ronaldinho currently lives in Belo Horizonte, where he plays for that city’s team Atletico Mineiro.
The World Cup is being held in Brazil from June 12-July 13, with the opening game in Sao Paulo and the last one in Rio.