Cristiano Ronaldo has jokingly asked the American to give him the car
Mayweather took to social media to show his fans the cars in his garage
Cristiano Ronaldo who currently plays for reigning Italian champions Juventus has jokingly told American boxing legend Floyd Mayweather to give him one of his cars which is Bugatti.
Floyd Mayweather is one of the most successful athletes in the world considering the money the American has made and is still making despite not fighting again.
Since Mayweather retired from boxing, there have been calls for the American to make a return to the ring, but he has not yet made any public declaration on his intention.
However, Floyd Mayweather is so blessed that he has mansions around in America and other parts of the world, he has many cars for himself and also his children.
To crown it all, Floyd Mayweather also has a private jet which he takes to anywhere in the world he feels like traveling to.
The 43-year-old took to his official Instagram page to show his fans the number of his cars and was asking the one he should take out on Friday night.
In his garage, Floyd Mayweather showed his fans four Ferraris asking them which one he should take out.
Cristiano Ronaldo however spotted the post and told Floyd Mayweather to give him the Bugatti.
Cristiano Ronaldo is also among the richest footballers in the world considering what he has made since playing for Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United, Real Madrid and now Juventus.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Cristiano Ronaldo who recently tested positive for coronavirus took time to share inspiring messages with his followers on social media.
The Juventus striker has returned to his base, Turin, having left the Portuguese national team a few days back after he was confirmed carrying the virus.
See what Ronaldo was spotted doing at home after contracting coronavirus as he sends message to his fans (photo)
The-33-year-old is the only player from the team that returned positive result and he is now on ten day self-isolation.
Recall that he could only watch from an isolated apartment during Portugal’s UEFA Nations League clash with Sweden on Wednesday night, October 14.
The team captain tested positive for coronavirus about 24 hours earlier after another round of tests were conducted on all players in line with the UEFA guidelines in containing the spread.