The football media was all about Christiano Ronaldo’s return to Old Trafford. Christiano did not just come to Man United alone, he brought with him Christiano Ronaldo Junior, his son. Ronaldo Junior will play for Manchester United under 12 together with Kai Rooney, Wayne Rooney’s son. The two are both extra ordinary in playing football, just like their fathers. If Ronaldo and Kai continue to play for United and make it to the senior team, we must see the Rooney and Ronaldo combination ones more.
Ronaldo Junior played for Juventus FC’s under nine team last season while his father was playing for the senior team. In just 23 games, he managed to score 58 goals and registered 18 assists for Juventus’ young team.
When the Christiano Ronaldo was asked whether he saw his son becoming like him, he said not yet. He said that he sees his son drinking Coca-Cola and Fanta. He also said that his son would have to work harder to become like his dad.
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