Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. Joins Al-Nassr, Dreams of Playing With Dad

By: Sandipan Ghosh Image credit: X

Cristiano Ronaldo's eldest son, Cristiano Jr., has reportedly signed a deal with the Saudi club Al-Nassr U13 team, where Ronaldo is leading the senior team.

Through his social media posts, the famous journalist Fabrizio Romano recently revealed Cristiano Jr's joining the Riyadh-based Al-Nassr youth team. He has reportedly started the training.

Just like his father, Cristiano Jr. is also set to wear no.7 shirt in the Al-Nassr U13 team.

In a later social media post, Fabrizio claimed that the 13-year-old Cristiano Jr. will train with the U15 squad.

Once Ronaldo said in 2019, "My son tells me: ‘Dad, hold on for a few more years, I want to play with you’. But that will be difficult."

Although Ronaldo found it difficult to play with his son in professional soccer, Cristiano Jr.'s recent signing for the Al-Nassr has opened up an opportunity to make the youngster's desire a reality.

According to media reports, Ronaldo has already called for his contract extension with Al-Nassr to early 2027 as he wants to play at the FIFA World Cup 2026.

However, Ronaldo hasn't opened up about his future soccer career plans. While Ronaldo is approaching 900 career goals, he said that he could only think about short-term goals.

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