CRISTIANO Ronaldo and his family have switched mansions after bleating sheep kept waking them.
Manchester United’s new signing, 36, who loves his rest between matches, has moved from one seven-bed home to another.
Ronaldo escaped his baaing woe by moving into a £3million seven-bed owned by a former Man United star.
A security team had whisked the Man Utd legend and his family to a £6million home in 23 acres days after sealing his return to United.
But the striker, partner Georgina Rodriguez, 27, and their four children moved out after less than a week due to the racket from sheep and security fears.
A source said: “While the property is beautiful and is nestled in rolling fields and woodland, it was also close to sheep which are very noisy early in the morning.
“It had a public footpath across the land and the road at the front gave a view inside its gates.
“Ronaldo is a true pro who places a lot on rest and recovery after games, so it was decided it was best if he and his family moved.”
The new home, in Cheshire, boasts a pool, cinema room and four-car garage for some of his £17million supercars.
It has CCTV cameras, electric gates and is patrolled by guards.
According to estate agents, the property is unique thanks to its “gardens which screen the house from view”, despite it being a short walk from nightlife.
A source said: “Ronaldo lived close by during his previous stint so it feels like home.
“His kids are in a private school and he hopes that once the buzz of his return to United dies down, he can take Georgina out and show her his favourite local spots.”
The ace is known as the GOAT or Greatest Of All Time by some of his fans but also The Winker for helping to get England’s Wayne Rooney sent off at the 2006 World Cup.
United said they and Juventus had agreed terms for Ronaldo on August 27, with The Sun dubbing it The Second Coming of Crist.
He made a dream start on Saturday, scoring twice in a 4-1 win over Newcastle United.
He scored again in the club’s 2-1 Champions League defeat to Young Boys in Switzerland on Tuesday.
Ronaldo bagged 118 goals in 292 games in his first United stint from 2003-2009.