Cristiano gets a private suite and own Playstation at the World Cup
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has outlined some of his expectations, when he travels to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil with Portugal, based at a luxury hotel near Sao Paulo.
According to Brazilian media reports, when the Portuguese national team arrives at the luxurious Hotel Resort Palms, approximately 90 kilometres north of Sao Paulo, some of the player expectations are already being set out, well ahead of their trip to the World Cup finals.
Along with occupancy of seventy rooms at the hotel, the Portuguese squad have requested absolute security and privacy at the location and its surroundings, with absolutely no contact with the public. This also extends to the training venue at the Estadio Moisés Lucarelli, when they’re training. It has been announced however, that the squad will offer two training sessions, open to the public.
Amongst some of the requests advanced by the Portuguese delegation however, include certain specific requirements from the players themselves, including Cristiano Ronaldo. He apparently insists that he must have his own private suite and that there should also be a Playstation provided, for his own personal use.
Clearly the Real Madrid star will be keen to dazzle not only with his skills on the pitch at the World Cup finals next summer in Brazil, but also on one of the big screen televisions, that will also feature in his suite.