Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. Responds To His Father’s Manchester United Exit Plan With A Transfer Pledge

Cristiano Ronaldo’s son Cristiano Jr. wants his father to end his Manchester United career and return to his first club Sporting CP in Lisbon.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s son, Cristiano Jr., wants the family to return to Lisbon and for the duo to join Sporting CP, where it all began for the Portuguese superstar.

Despite not being able to leave Manchester United this summer, Ronaldo remains eager to leave the club. Dolores Aveiro, his mother, has confirmed the 37-year-exit old’s plan while outlining his intentions for the remaining years of his career – with a clear family wish to return to Sporting, whom he left in 2003 to join the Red Devils for the first time.

Cristiano Jr, 12, joined Manchester United’s youth system earlier this year after being photographed training with his father during the Premier League’s winter break. Children of footballers are expected to join the youth ranks of their club if they want to participate in the sport.

According to Ronaldo’s mother, Dolores, Cristiano Jr has made it clear to the family that he wants to move to the Portuguese capital to play for Sporting. Dolores, a fan of the Lisbon-based giants, has expressed her desire for her son to finish his club career at the Jose Alvalade Stadium.

Ronaldo Jr officially extended his stay with the United academy last weekCristiano Ronaldo plans to return to Portugal

Ronaldo and his partner Georgina Rodriguez have five children: Cristiano Jr., Eva, Mateo, Alana Martina, and Bella Esmeralda. However, the couple has previously stated that there will be no pressure placed on the children to pursue football or any other specific career.

“Only time will tell,” Ronaldo said on Georgina’s Netflix show, I Am Georgina, which aired earlier this year. “I will never put any pressure on him. He’ll do whatever he wants. What I most want for Cristiano and everyone else is for them to be happy and to be able to choose what they want. I will help in any way I can.”

Let Your Voice Be Heard! Where should Ronaldo go after he leaves Manchester United? Tell us what you think in the comments section. Speaking in December 2020, Ronaldo added: “We’ll see if my son will become a great footballer.

He has potential. He is fast and dribbles well, but that is not enough. I always tell him that it takes work and dedication to have success. I won’t pressure him to become a footballer, but if you ask me if I want him to, yes I would like it. The most important thing is to become the best at whatever he does, whether it is as a footballer or a doctor.”

Discussing Cristiano Jr’s upbringing in 2015, the forward said: “It’s not easy, it’s not going to be easy but for me in my mind the way of thinking, it’s all about education. If you will give good education, he will be strong and he will now appreciate things. I cannot avoid showing him a good car, good houses, good quality of life.

“You cannot avoid you know… if you will be in my shoes what are you going to do? It’s all about education, you have to give good education and pass it to him. [I tell him] to win this, Daddy works hard, to have this house, to have this car. I cannot do anything more.

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