Dolores Aveiro, the mother of the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, current Juventus star, has declared her last dream before the end of her son’s career in the world of football as a player.
“Ronaldo should return to Sporting Lisbon (Portugal), I hope to see him again here,” Aveiro said during his comments on the “ADN de Leao” podcast.
And he continued: “He loves watching the team’s games, and I already told him: son, I want to see you go back to Lisbon before he dies. He told me we’ll see what happens.”
She explained that this didn’t happen through Ronaldo, it would have been through her son Junior, whom she called “Cristiano”.
And the mother of the Portuguese champion continued: “Cristiano, his young son, plays better than him at the same age. Ronaldo had no coach as a child, but he is now his son’s teacher.”
Ronaldo, 36, began his football career with Sporting Lisbon in 1997, at 12, with Madrid in 2009, and from there to Juventus in the summer of 2018, before returning to United again in the last summer transfer market. .
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