Check out “Raldoon Jr. Acquires Membership in Al Nassr”The first child of Portuguese football legend Cristiano Ronaldo, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr., has committed to play for the Al-Nassr Under-13 squad.

As a result, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. will now train and compete in under-13 competitions with the Al Nassr under-13 team. As he advances, he may be promoted to the club’s senior teams.

Fabrizio Romano, an Italian transfer analyst, reports that Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. will formally start practicing with the team in the next few days. The 13-year-old Portuguese child is anticipated to wear his father’s signature shirt number, 7, while at the club.

Keep in mind that the 38-year-old Ronaldo enjoys forcing his son to practice and play for the youth teams of whichever team he is signed to.

Remember that his 13-year-old kid played for the clubs’ development teams while he was at Real Madrid, Juventus, and Manchester United for the second time between 2021 and 2022?

He was therefore anticipated to carry on that pattern at Al Nassr, where he signed in December 2022 following his contentious departure from Old Trafford. But it took him several months before he allowed it to occur.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s son wants to play for the same team as his father, according to an interview he gave in 2022. “My son tells me: Dad, hold on a few more years, I want to play with you!” was cited by the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.

Given the way the young man is growing, Ronaldo’s son may be able to fulfill his desire of playing for the same professional team as his illustrious father if he plays for two or three more years.

Ronaldo Jr. Acquires Membership

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Agent explains Kudus’ Chelsea rejection

Mohammed Kudus, a midfield player for Ghana, was very close to signing with Chelsea, but his agent Jennifer Mendelewitsch said that the deal fell through because of the club’s offer.

Between 2020 and 2023, Mohammed Kudus had a stellar season with Ajax, appearing in 87 games across all competitions with 27 goals and 12 assists.

The 23-year-old Ghanaian international caught the interest of elite European teams due to his skill as an attacking midfielder, particularly during the summer transfer window.

Mohammed Kudus was strongly linked to Chelsea during the last window as they looked to strengthen their midfield, but the deal fell through.

On August 27, 2023, Kudus finally signed a contract to join West Ham United with a transfer price of €43 million. Since then, he has appeared in 11 games in all competitions for West Ham, tallying 6 goals and dishing out 1 assist.

Kudus has outperformed all of Chelsea’s new midfielders this season, even Moisés Caicedo, for whom the Blues paid a Premier League record €116 million.

Agent explains Kudus' Chelsea rejection

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