Cristiano Ronaldo and his family have transformed their mansion after awakening the sheep.
The new Manchester United signing, 36, who loves his comfort between matches, has moved from one seven-bed house to another.
Ronaldo escaped his grief by moving into a £3 million seven-bed owned by a former Man United star.
The Man Utd legend and his family were escorted to the £6million home on 23 acres days after a security team sealed his return to United.
But the striker, fellow 27-year-old Georgina Rodriguez and their four children walked out after less than a week because of a sheep racket and safety fears.
A source said: “While the property is beautiful and nestled in rolling fields and woodland, it was also close to sheep which make a lot of noise early in the morning.
“It had a public sidewalk on the ground and the street in front gave a view from inside its gate.
“Ronaldo is a true supporter who places a lot on rest and recovery after the game, so it was decided that it was best if he and his family moved.”
The new home in Cheshire boasts a pool, cinema room and four-car garage for her some £17million supercar.
It has CCTV cameras, electric gates and is patrolled by guards.
According to estate agents, despite being a short walk from nightlife, the property is unique thanks to its “screening home from view gardens”.
A source said: “Ronaldo lived nearby during his last tenure so it feels like home.
“His kids are in a private school and he hopes that once the discussions of his return to United are over, he can take Georgina out and show her his favorite local places.”
The ace is referred to as GOAT or Greatest of All Time by some of his fans, but also The Winker for helping out England’s Wayne Rooney in the 2006 World Cup.
United said they and Juventus had agreed terms for Ronaldo on 27 August, calling it The Second Coming of Christ.
He got off to a good start on Saturday, scoring twice in a 4-1 win over Newcastle United.
He scored again in the club’s 2-1 Champions League loss to the Young Boys in Switzerland on Tuesday.
Ronaldo scored 118 goals in 292 games in his first combined stint from 2003-2009.