Ronaldinho Is Renting out His House During 2014 World Cup for $15,000 a Night

Mark Patterson@@MarkPattersonBRUK Staff WriterMay 24, 2014

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Fans heading to the World Cup in Brazil this summer looking for somewhere to stay (and with some cash burning a hole in their pocket) can pick some pretty amazing places.

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Probably none will be cooler than Ronaldinho's house in Rio de Janeiro.

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It seems the Brazilian is renting out his pad during the tournament, and if you've got £9,170 a night to spend on accommodations (approximately $15,400), then it could be yours.

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Now that might sound like a lot, but given that it boasts five bedrooms, you can spread the cost between friends.

Here are some notes from the man himself on Airbnb, where the house is currently listed:

The Space

The property was recently built using the highest standards and has 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, swimming pool and a leisure area - totaling over 1000m2.

It will be available during the first half of July, and only inquiries from guests with complete, verified profiles will be considered.

Guest Access
Guests will have access to the entire house, including the sauna, swimming pool with jacuzzi, barbecue area, home theater, gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, a special fridge for beer, fireplace, office, zen room for massages or yoga, parking for up 3 cars and an exclusive stage to enjoy a good samba party with friends.

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Perhaps the only sad part for fans will be that the man himself won't be there to party with them.

[Airbnb]

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