Cristiano Ronaldo relaxes on a £40,000-a-week yacht in Ibiza as Portugal star awaits injury verdict

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The Real Madrid forward had no strapping on his knee after being forced off during the Euro 2016 final as he spent quality time with his family on holiday in Spain

Cristiano Ronaldo enjoying holidays with his whole family in Ibiza.

Cristiano Ronaldo is taking time out in Ibiza following Portugal’s dramatic Euro 2016 win

Cristiano Ronaldo is winding down with his family in Ibiza, resting the knee injury that forced him tearfully from the pitch during Portugal’s dramatic Euro 2016 victoryover France in Paris.

A different side of Ronaldo, the cheerleader, was exposed during the final at the Stade de France after he couldn’t recover from an early collision with Dimitri Payet and was taken off on a stretcher in the 25th minute.

With his knee heavily strapped, the 31-year-old barked orders and encouragement from the sideline before Eder’s impressive long range drive snatched victory for the underdogs.

How long Real Madrid’s spearhead will be out of action is yet to be determined, but in a positive sign for the Spanish giants Ronaldo was relaxing on a superyacht – which costs £40,000-a-week to charter – off the popular holiday spot without any strapping or brace on his knee.

G Tres/Vantagenews.comCristiano Ronaldo is seen on holiday in Ibiza with his family on a yacht.
Cristiano Ronaldo is seen on holiday in Ibiza with his family on a yacht.
G Tres/Vantagenews.comPortuguese European Championship winning captain, Cristiano Ronaldo, is seen on holiday in Ibiza with his family including his mother.
The Real Madrid forward wore no strapping or brace on his knee in a good sign for fans
G Tres/Vantagenews.comCristiano Ronaldo is seen on holiday in Ibiza with his family on a yacht.
Ronaldo catches some sun with his son, Cristiano Jnr

Ronaldo’s injury drama extended to his family, with his sister Katia Aveiro comparing it to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

She wrote on Instagram, she said: “These tears I cried for my wounded brother were like daggers to the heart, and we all cried with him for the awful pain we had together.

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