Cristiano Ronaldo Jr signs with Saudi’s Al-Nassr U-13 team.
Al Nassr has reportedly signed Cristiano Ronaldo’s adolescent kid.
Cristiano Jr, 13, previously spent two years in the Juventus youth system when his father played in Serie A.
At the junior level, he has also played for Real Madrid and Manchester United.
Cristiano Jr has decided to join Al Nassr, according to leading transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano.
Cristiano Jr will begin practicing with Al Nassr’s under-13 team later this month.
“Cristiano Ronaldo Jr signs with Al-Nassr U13 team — here we go!” Romano tweeted on Thursday.
“The contract has been signed, and Cristiano’s son will begin training in the coming days.” He’ll be wearing the number 7.”
“My son tells me: ‘Dad, hold on a few more years, I want to play with you!'” Romano also uploaded a comment by Ronaldo Sr from 2020.
Cristiano Jr was born in California in June 2010, which means he has the option of playing for the USMNT when he grows up.
Depending on how long he and his family stay in Saudi Arabia, he could also represent Portugal, Spain, or perhaps Saudi Arabia.
The Ronaldo family relocated to Saudi Arabia earlier this year after Cristiano Ronaldo signed with Al Nassr.
Ronaldo, 38, has 31 goals in 36 outings for the Saudi Pro League club.
He also guided Al Nassr to win in the Arab Club Champions Cup in 2023.