Ronaldo turns a “suspicious” hospital into a hair transplant clinic… at a high cost



Ronaldo turns a hospital

AFP Marco Bertorello

Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, Italian Juventus striker, opened a hair transplant clinic in the Spanish city of Marbella, in cooperation with his private group “Insparya” that works in the field of hair transplantation.

According to the press service of the “Insparya” group, the clinic consists of 15 operating rooms, and 100 specialists will work in it, and one operation takes about six hours and costs between 4,600 euros and 8,200 euros.

For its part, the Portuguese “Jaleos” network said that Ronaldo will pay 20 thousand euros per month to rent the hospital, to be his second place in this field in Spain, after the clinic he opened in the capital, Madrid in 2019.

This hospital is distinguished by its vital location in the city of “Marbella”, which is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, where Ronaldo decided to rent it for ten years.

Why is the hospital considered suspicious?

The Portuguese network revealed that there was a controversial incident in this place in 2002, when Nigerias first lady, Stella Obasanjo, died two days after she underwent liposuction there.

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The surgeon was accused of making a mistake that led to her death, by not extracting the cannula properly, causing massive blood loss.

And then the “Humanline Ban” group hired him to die in which a Cuban woman also underwent liposuction and eye repair.

Dr. Ramon Roig, the owner of the hospital, had previously put it up for sale, but Ronaldo preferred to rent his facilities for this period.

Source: agencies


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