Roberto Carlos claims he slept with Ronaldo more than his own WIFE in tell-all DAZN docuseries about Real Madrid icon

ROBERTO CARLOS claims he slept with Ronaldo more than his own WIFE – in a huge eye-opener into life with Real Madrid and Brazil.

The duo were in a Real generation of legends like Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo and David Beckham who were rarely caught napping on the field.

But it seems Carlos and Ronaldo were the king of the Galacti-doze off it.

Left-back Carlos' revelation might be a shock to fellow Brazilian Mariana Luccon, as he married her in 2009.

But the 2002 World Cup winner claims he has had a much longer bond with Ronaldo – as they embraced 'bromance' before it was a thing.

For a DAZN docuseries on strike icon Ronaldo, Carlos says: "Everything Ronaldo does, he does well. 

"I slept more times with him than with my own wife. 

"I did everything with Ronaldo. With and without limits. 

"Since 1993 he has been my brother."

Ronaldo, 44, who hit 62 goals in 98 internationals, also played for PSV, Barcelona and Inter Milan.

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Carlos, 48, was with Inter the year before Ronaldo arrived there but the 125-cap ace then spent 11 years with Real.

And in any battle of Snooze the Daddy between these two greats, there is no clear winner.

Carlos definitely triumphs when it comes to club honours, with three Champions League and four LaLiga successes with the Galacticos.

Poor Ron 'only' has one LaLiga crown, plus one glory night apiece in the Uefa Cup, Cup Winners' Cup, Spanish Cup and Dutch Cup.


But for Brazil it's Ronaldo who is in dreamland.

He was part of their 1994 and 2002 World Cup winners, as well as being runners-up in 1998, also twice winning Copa America.

In contrast, Carlos will be tossing and turning at night with the memory of just the 2002 big prize, plus two Copa Americas.

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