- "Madonna is no longer a tourist," said a report
- Madonna is not the first international celebrity to move
- Madonna has been staying in a Lisbon hotel for a while
The 19th century building was put up for sale for 7.5 million euros ($9 million) and could take about six months to renovate, according to Visao.
David Banda, who Madonna adopted from Malawi in 2006, has joined the Benfica training centre in the Lisbon suburb of Seixal, Correio da Manha reported.
The club accepted the boy after his first test in the spring and he will stay at the academy until he starts the school year at a French high school in Lisbon, Correio da Manha said, citing a source close to Benfica.
Rumours about a possible move began when Madonna was spotted at the school in May.
Madonna is not the first international celebrity to move, or have a second home, in the Portuguese capital. Movie stars John Malkovich, Monica Bellucci and Michael Fassbender have all had homes in Lisbon.
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