Cristiano Ronaldo Jr literally outdid his own father in his first season in Italy. Peak Mentality at such a young age.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s son is being fast-tracked in Al Nassr’s academy after joining his famous father in Saudi Arabia.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner moved to Saudi in December 2022 and proved to be the catalyst for a plethora of world-class signings in the Saudi Pro League.
Ronaldo has scored 17 goals in as many games for the club but now there’s word that his eldest child, Cristiano Jr, has joined the ranks.
The 13-year-old has followed his dad to Juventus and Manchester United and played in the youth academies there.
He will now continue his development at Al Nassr and according to Fabrizio Romano, will also wear the No.7 shirt his old man is synonymous with.
The Arab Club Champions Cup winners clearly have high hopes for him as he is set to play two years above his group and represent the Under 15’s side.
He is poised to start training with his new team in the coming days.
Ronaldo is now 38 but has no plans to retire anytime soon and reports claim he is keen on signing a new deal with Al Nassr.
The contract would be until 2027 and ensures he plays into his forties.
If all goes well, it could mean that Ronaldo and his son could make history by playing in the same side together.
Cris Jr with his new teammate