Cristiano Ronaldo will not force his son to be a footballer – even if the Juventus star does get annoyed if he drinks coke and eats crisps. Cristiano Junior, 10, plays at the Juventus academy however his renowned father insists that he does not always need to follow in his footsteps.
The Juventus and Portugal celebrity, 35, was talking after being named the Player of the Century in the Globe Soccer Awards in Dubai on Sunday night. ‘We will see whether my son will end up a fantastic footballer,”’ he explained.
‘Occasionally he drinks coke and eats crisps and it disturbs me, he understands that. ‘Occasionally I tell my son to have a dip in cold water to recuperate after a jog on the treadmill and he states ‘Dad, it is so cold there’. That is fine, he’s just 10 years old.
‘I always tell him that it requires dedication and work to possess success. I won’t force him to become a footballer but I’d like it. ‘The most important issue would be to become the very best in his area, whether it’s football or medication.’
Ronaldo and his spouse Georgina Rodriguez have twins Eva and Mateo and daughter Alana Martina. Cristiano Jnr is the oldest of the four children. Any kid of Ronaldo has a great deal to live around along with the doting father, talking two decades back when Cristiano Jnr was only eight, told Bein Sports:’I expect he could be like his dad. He states he’ll be better than that, but I think it’ll be hard’
Cristiano Jnr surely made an impression during his first year at the Juventus academy after linking in 2018, scoring 58 occasions in 28 games for the under-nine group, in addition to supplying 18 assists. Tuttosport reported he scored four goals on his debut for Juventus at September 2018 and at April 2019, he netted seven in one half against Maritimo.