Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother, Dolores Aveiro, asked her son that “before he dies” she wants to see him play again for Sporting de Portugal, a club where he arrived at the age of 12 in 1997 and where he remained until 2003, when he signed for Manchester United.
Dolores Aveiro was interviewed in the “ADN León” program, a series of “podcasts” published by Sporting de Portugal on its website and where the mother of the “Red Devil” player assures that when she asks her son this, the player He replies: “let’s see …”
Dolores Aveiro explained that if Cristiano is not the one who returns to the “Lions” club, it will be his grandson “Cristianinho”.
The grandmother was forceful and assured during the interview that “with his age he plays better than Ronaldo.”
When Cristiano was like his son, “he didn’t have a coach, and today Ronaldo is his son’s teacher.”
He already says, says Aveiro, “Dad, when we go to live in Lisbon I want to play for Sporting.”
“Seeing the two together at Sporting would be my dream,” confessed Dolores Aveiro, who explained how Cristianinho is already playing in the base categories of Manchester United.
Regarding the rumors that placed Cristiano at Manchester City, the player’s mother explained that at that time her son always told her: “mother, don’t worry about what is being said, because I’m going to Manchester (United).
“Seeing the stadium full with 75,000 people chanting his name was a very great emotion,” said Dolores Aveiro.