After being forced to destroy the marquee of the luxury penthouse he owns in Lisbon, Cristiano Ronaldo has been forced to demolish some illegal constructions at the house he owns in Gerês, on the Caniçada dam reservoir, in Terras de Bouro.

According to TVI, the Portuguese footballer had until March 21 to finish the demolition of the illegally built playground and an attached house that he had built on the property, but the deadline was extended to June 30 by the Terras de Bouro City Council. These works are already underway and are expected to be finished before the deadline.

Cristiano Ronaldo will thus escape accusations of crimes of violation of urban rules and forgery of documents, for allegedly having ordered construction beyond the authorized space in a protected area, says TVI, noting that it was the construction of a small heliport which led the footballer to change the detailed project, building the aforementioned playground that now has to be demolished.

When the works are completed and the whole process regularised, the mansion can finally pass into the hands of Pepe, a Portuguese-Brazilian player for FC Porto, who has already negotiated the purchase of the property.