Portugal's football star and Read Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo's dream of winning the 2018 FIFA World Cup for his country might have ended after Portugal was knocked out of the ongoing World Cup by Uruguay in the round of 16, but if media reports are to be believed, the football star is set to add another feather to his cap and could be laughing all the way to the bank as social media giant Facebook plans to make a reality show based on the life of the superstar reported Variety.
According to the report in the magazine, Facebook is planning to launch the show on its video platform named Facebook Watch. The social media giant had announced Facebook Watch, its video-on demand service on August 9, 2017. This will be the biggest project by Facebook on its video-on-demand platform, said the report.
The report also mentions that the show is expected to run in several episodes and Ronaldo will reportedly be paid $10 million for the show.
Earlier, there were reports that Real Madrid's all-time top-scorer Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly all set to join Italian giants Juventus this summer. The 13-time and current European champions were expected to hold on to their star striker, with reports suggesting that the 33-year-old Portuguese is close to signing a contract with Juventus and that he has already agreed to a four-year contract worth €30 million per season.