The seven-time world champion has apparently been moved to the exclusive property on the upmarket estate of Las Brisas near Andratx in the south-west of the island from his Swiss home.
The mansion where the 54-year-old is battling to get better has been identified as Villa Yasmin, which Corinna Schumacher is said to have purchased in 2017.
German tabloid Bild first linked the F1 legend to Florentino Perez’s Mallorca mansion in July 2018, saying Corinna had purchased it for £27million so she could spend holidays there with her children and friends.
The villa is part of a 15,000 square metre estate which boasts two swimming pools, a helipad, a gym and a huge palm-tree-fringed garden.
Schumacher, the first driver in history to win seven F1 World Championships, was placed in a medically-induced coma after a life-threatening skiing accident in December 2013 in the French Alps.
And, now, according to German magazine Die Bunte, the family has decided to make Mallorca their winter home.
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There is something quite disquieting and somewhat morbid about these reports on Michael Schumacher. He’s never been seen or heard from since his accident 9 years ago. He appears to be in a perpetual coma, neither really dead or really alive. I don’t know whether there’s any hope for him, because nothing is ever said about that, but such a situation, as it appears to be, seems a horrible cruelty to me.
Well, the bloke lives here, so it's not really remarkable that he'd have a birthday here.