Secret reason Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo refuses to get a tattoo


Secret reason Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo refuses to get a tattoo
Cristiano Ronaldo declines to get a tattoo since he routinely gives blood, it is believed.

Where numerous footballers utilize their well deserved money to ink their skin with a wide range of work of art, the Real Madrid forward has held back.

The Portugal chief, who isn't modest in flaunting his build, has kept his body in immaculate condition throughout the years - which has additionally assisted with his exhibitions on the pitch.

Ronaldo has talked about his want to give blood time and again, and in 2015 he told Eurosport : "We would all be able to have any kind of effect by giving blood. Every gift can profit up to three individuals in crisis circumstances and for long haul restorative medicines."
Secret reason Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo refuses to get a tattoo

"That is the reason I am excited, to the significance of blood gift and to empower individuals around the globe to wind up deep rooted blood benefactors and help spare lives."

The 33-year-old additionally tweeted on June 13 and December 30 2017 bringing issues to light to donate blood.

As per Give Blood, givers who get tattoos must hold up four months subsequent to getting inked before doing as such.

What's more, Ronaldo doesn't simply stop at blood, he's a bone marrow contributor as well.

The five-time Ballon d'Or champ chose to decide after Carlos Martins' child fell sick.

"It was the time when Carlos [Martins] was with us on the national group. He informed us concerning the issue with his child and we, the players, demonstrated extraordinary solidarity to help him and his child since we knew it was an exceptionally convoluted circumstance," Ronaldo told radio station Cadena Cope.

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"[Donating bone marrow] is something many individuals believe is a troublesome activity yet it's simply drawing blood and doesn't hurt.

"I did it numerous years prior and in the event that I needed to do it again I would in light of the fact that this is an intense ailment for some kids and we have to help them."

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