BREAKING: Like His father, Cristiano Ronaldo jr To Wear No 7 Shirt At Al Nassr And Train With U-15 squad—The Genius Media Nigeria reports that After Cristiano Ronaldo’s son agreed to Sign for His Father’s Iconic Club, the club have decided for Cristiano Ronaldo jr to start training with U-15 squad despite being 13 year old.
This was made known by football guru, Fabrizio.
Cristiano Ronaldo, who left Manchester United and joined Al-Nassr last campaign, wants his sons to start their professional careers in Saudi Arabia.
His son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr has signed for Al-Nassr U13, the academy of the club where his father plays, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano. Negotiations went smoothly and both parties have reached an agreement.
The 13-year-old is likely to start training with the academy team in the next few days. Moreover, Ronaldo Jr will wear the No.7 as his father is wearing in his professional career.
He’s now looking to further his development in Saudi Arabia with Cristiano Jnr agreeing a contract with Al-Nassr’s Under-13 team, as reported by Fabrizio Romano.
The teenager has made an impressive start to his career, once scoring 25 goals in eight games during his time at Juventus and will take on his dad’s iconic number seven in his new surroundings.
An agreement has been approved by all involved parties and the youngster is expected to start training with his new team-mates in the next few days.
The five-time Ballon d’Or and serial Champions League winner previously revealed his eldest son wants him to avoid retirement so they can play in a match together.
Reporting the new development, Fabrizio wrote:
Understand Al Nassr have decided for Cristiano Ronaldo jr to start training with U-15 squad despite being 13 year old.
He will start training with the team this week and he’s gonna wear number 7.
🇵🇹 Understand Al Nassr have decided for Cristiano Ronaldo jr to start training with U-15 squad despite being 13 year old.
He will start training with the team this week and he's gonna wear number 7. pic.twitter.com/MB3yC5FgoH
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) October 20, 2023