Ramos’ assets of 100 million euros after selling his estate in Seville: Pilar and him, bathed in gold

Sergio Ramos y pillar blondemarried since 2019 due to separation of property, form one of the most stable marriages on a sentimental level on the national scene and also one of the most stable economically.

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The PSG center-back amasses an estimated patrimony of around 100 million euros that is divided into different properties and some other whim that he manages through his different companies. In addition, he has a profitable horse company with the famous Yucatan at the head and is a collector of works of art. To all this, sponsorships with signatures and their image rights are added.

He sells his Sevillian estate

The former merengue player has recently sold his Sevillian estate, El Rubio, to a Colombian family. He has done it for around 5 million euros, as he advanced ABC this week. The 40-hectare plot of land is located in the municipality of Las Pajanosas, just half an hour by car from Seville. The footballer bought this farm a decade ago and renovated it from top to bottom to his liking.

The house of La Moraleja

However, Camas, who lives in Paris for his commitments to PSG, and his family are not left empty-handed after the sale of this property. In Madrid, they still have the house in La Moraleja. They bought it in 2017 for 4.2 million euros.

The farm occupies an area of ​​2,500 square meters, with a garden and swimming pool. The house, meanwhile, has more than 1,500 square meters built. Due to the reform they had a series of problems. They even received a fine of 250,000 euros for cutting down the centenary oaks of the mansion. In this property they turned all the illusions of him, but the departure of the Sevillian to Paris in July 2021 caused his plans to move to this house to be delayed in time.

The house where they celebrated their wedding

Another of its main properties is La Alegría SR4. It is in Bollulos, a few minutes from the Seville capital but at the same time a place far from civilization. It is huge: no less than 44 hectares of land surrounded by a cement wall that barely allows you to see inside.

The farm, with many green areas surrounded by plants and palm trees, has impressive luxury facilities: a house of almost 13,000 square meters, a paddle tennis court and, of course, a soccer field.

The jewel in the crown (and of the critics)

One of the great whims of Sergio and Pilar, who in 2021 boasted of life through the footballer’s documentary for Amazon, is the private jet they use to travel from Paris to Madrid and other parts of planet earth. A means of transport for which they are especially criticized on social networks, since they do not take into account pollution and the existence of other more sustainable means of transport for the environment.

It is a Cessna Citation 560, a small-medium business aircraft manufactured by the Cessna company in Wichita, Kansas (United States). It is valued at almost two million euros. In addition, the defender is in charge of renting it to third parties when he and his family are not using it.

Passionate about luxury cars (like most gold-plated elite footballers who squander their millions), Ramos owns a Mercedes AMG GT, a Porsche 911 Carrera S, a Porsche Cayenne, another a Porsche Panamera and a Cadillac Escalade, among others. The price of these ranges between 100,000 and 150,000 euros.

Horses and works of art

But far from rentals and constructions, the truth is that Sergio’s passion is animals and, especially, horses. Albisa Inversiones 2008, whose main activity is to support livestock, is the firm behind the Sergio Ramos stud farm, named SR4.

The footballer’s livestock, of no less than 44 hectares, is located in the region of Bollullos de la Mitación, just 20 kilometers from Seville. The two jewels in the crown live there, Yucatán, chosen as the best horse in the world in 2018, and Álamo, his latest acquisition together with the rider Sergio Alvarez, the ex-husband of Marta Ortega. This equine was the winner of the 2019 World Cup final and is one of the most outstanding equines at the international level.

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Ramos is also an art collector. He was recently criticized on networks for his visit with the presenter to the Dalí Museum in Paris: “Paletos around the world,” some users wrote on Twitter. The Sevillian is the owner of the Sergio Ramos Collection and has on his property important works by artists such as Manolo Valdes, Phil Frost, Jaume Plensa, Kenny Scharf and included a Banksy. The most expensive of all the paintings is valued at half a million euros.