Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed that he would like to see his son one day fill his boots and become a great footballer.
The Portuguese skipper has often uploaded photos of his first-born child on social media either on the football pitch or in the gym.
Cristiano Jr, 8, showcased his skills at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu in a game last season at half-time and now a future has even been mapped out by his father, who completed a €112m to Juventus last month.
“He is very competitive, he’s like me when I was young,” Ronaldo, 33, said in an interview with DAZN, via Sporting.
“He doesn’t like to lose and he will be like me, I’m sure, 100 percent.
“I like to teach him some stuff, but he’s going to be whatever he wants and I’m always going to support him.
“But of course I want Cristiano to be a football player because I think he has that drive. He has a good body, he’s fast, he has skills, he shoots good.
“But, as you know, he’s going to take his decision and he’s so young. I’m not going to put pressure on him, but of course, I dream to see my boy a football player.”