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Cristiano Ronaldo offers his teammate Jose Semedo some words of advice

Cristiano Ronaldo offers his team-mate and friend Jose Semedo some advice when relaxing in a sauna … after his £ 1.7 million Bugatti Veyron crashed

He is known as the greatest footballer of all time.

And Cristiano Ronaldo passed on some wisdom to his Portugal team-mate and best friend Jose Semedo during a sauna session on Tuesday – just hours after his £ 1.7 million Bugatti Veyron was involved in a crash.

By taking his Instagram account, the football legend, 37, posted a snap of the couple in deep conversation.

The GOAT: Cristiano Ronaldo rejoices with his Portugal team-mate Jose Semedo when he gave him some advice during a sauna session on Tuesday

Despite only finding out about horror smash of his beloved car hours earlier, Manchester United looked cool and collected.

Defender Jose, 37, who once played for Charlton Athletic, posted an identical picture of the pair, while subtitling the shot: ‘Always a privilege to hear advice from the best in the game.’

It is understood that the footballers have forged a close bond since their younger playing days and have regularly vacationed together in the Mediterranean.

Bang: Manchester United striker's 900-hp Bugatti crashes into a wall, injuring no one

Bang: Manchester United striker’s 900-hp Bugatti crashes into a wall, injuring no one

It comes after reports suggested on Monday night that Cristiano had just left his Majorcan holiday home for a day out with his family when one of his bodyguards crashed his car.

The father of five was sitting in another car in a small convoy with his loved ones when his employee came off the road and crashed into a stone wall.

The respected island newspaper Cronica Balear said the unnamed bodyguard got out of the car to continue his journey and left other staff employed by the Man United footballer on the spot to receive the police.

Oh no!  The damaged Bugatti was later removed on a trailer covered with a blue tarpaulin (photo)

Oh no! The damaged Bugatti was later removed on a trailer covered with a blue tarpaulin (photo)

It was not immediately clear where the Portuguese could go internationally, but he is pictured enjoying days out with his family on his £ 5.5 million Azimut Grande superyacht docked at Port Adriano in southwest Mallorca.

It is believed Cristiano rented a luxury villa near the scene of Monday morning’s crash on a small road near Joan March Hospital in Bunyola township.

The damaged Bugatti was later taken away in a trailer with a blue tarpaulin.

Cronica Balear said security staff left to look at the car while waiting for police to arrive ‘had done everything to make sure curious locals who recognized the Bugatti as Cristiano’s tried to take pictures.

Better times: Ronaldo was sitting on the hood of his then shiny and new Bugatti Veyron, which crashed on Monday

Better times: Ronaldo was sitting on the hood of his then shiny and new Bugatti Veyron, which crashed on Monday

The identity of the person at the helm has not yet been revealed, but it is known Cristiano Ronaldo and his family are being protected in Cheshire by Portuguese twins who served as soldiers with an elite special forces unit in Afghanistan.

The strong men are named as Sergio and Jorge Ramalheiro, who went on to become part of a Portuguese close protection unit tasked with overseeing the likes of politicians and judges after serving in Afghanistan.

It is not known if the accident involved Sergio or Jorge Ramalheiro.

Portuguese celeb magazine Flash said the twins, part of a set of triplets, were hired by Cristiano after they were asked to go on unpaid leave from the PSP police to pursue other interests.

The third brother, named as Alexandre, is still understood to work as a police officer.

Spanish police confirmed yesterday afternoon that they had no information to suggest that Cristiano had been in the car at the time.

One well-placed source said: ‘The car crashed into a wall, but there was only material damage with no one injured and the driver accepted full responsibility for what happened.

‘The information about who was behind the wheel and what happened is recorded in a police database and is there for a court or officials to access if further investigation is needed.

‘But it’s more a case of the information that needs to be registered so that the owner of the damaged property can file a claim for damages and use the police report as a backup in case there is a dispute about how the damage has been done. ‘

Underway: Ronaldo was pictured on Sunday with the £ 1.7 million supercar on the Spanish island

Underway: Ronaldo was pictured on Sunday with the £ 1.7 million supercar on the Spanish island

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