CRISTIANO RONALDO is struggling in his hunt for a £4,500-a-month sushi chef for his “forever home”, according to reports.
The star is planning for life after football and is getting his £17m mansion in Portugal ready for when he retires.
The lavish palace is expected to be ready by June but filling job vacancies has not been straightforward.
The Mail report that Ronaldo has faced difficulty in recruiting a in-house chef to meet his family’s needs.
The cook will need to be able to prepare multiple cuisines, which is reportedly part of the issue.
The 37-year-old is reported as having set up a dedicated area for any chef able to prepare the Japanese delicacy.
The role is available for £4,500 a month, which is £54k a year.
Other roles up for grabs in the new home include that of a butler, paid just over £57,600 a year.
Graphics of the house gives an insight into just how stunning and huge Ronaldo’s new home is.
The residence in Quinta da Marinha appears to have multiple stories and several rooms, and is believed to be the place Ronaldo plans on living with his family after retirement.
It may be some time before the Portuguese international officially moves into the mansion with the star arriving at Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr in recent weeks.
But he will still be living the life of luxury while in the Middle East with the star reportedly staying at a lavish suite at Riyadh’s Four Seasons hotel.