Dolores Aveiro, the father of football legend Cristiano Ronaldo, revealed that she wants to see her son before she dies playing in Sporting Lisbon again, and that this is her last dream, according to the Marca newspaper website.
Ronaldo news from Marca newspaper
Aveiro is a well-known fan of the Portuguese champions, as Ronaldo came through the academy before joining Manchester United for the first time, and revealed that he should return to Sporting Lisbon, saying: “I hope to see him here again.”
And she continued, during her statements in a podcast, that her son loves to watch the team’s matches, and she asked him to do so, saying: “My son, I want to see you return to Lisbon before I die, and he replied: We will see what happens.”
She explained that if this did not happen through Ronaldo, it would be through his son Junior, who she called “Cristiano”, adding: “Little Cristiano, plays better than him at the same age, Ronaldo did not have any coach in childhood, but now He is his son’s mentor,” he continued, “Seeing them together in Sporting would be my dream.”
Ronaldo returned to Man United 12 years after his departure this summer, as he moved from Juventus on a two-year contract with the option of a one-year extension, and the Portugal captain initially joined the Red Devils in 2003 from Sporting Lisbon in a transfer deal of 12.2 million pounds, He won the English Premier League three times, the European Champions League once, and the FA Cup once, then Ronaldo joined Real Madrid for 80 million pounds, where he became one of the greatest players of all time.