Cristiano Ronaldo Biography and the latest football news related to Cristiano Ronaldo
Early life, date of birth, age, family, lifestyle, Cristiano Ronaldo full bio
Cristiano Ronaldo’s full name is Cristiano Ronaldo Dos Santos Aveiro. He took birth in the house of Maria Dolores Spinola Dos Santos da Aveiro (mother) a cook and Jose Dinis Aveiro was a Municipal gardener. During his childhood, he used to play for amateur team Andorinha from 1992 to 1995. Afterward, he spent two years in Nacional. In 1997 he went for three days trial of Sporting CP and they signed him for a fee of £1,500. At the age of 12 he was a part of Sporting CP till that time no one knew that this young boy will achieve so much. Cristiano Ronaldo biography has many up and down according to the latest football news headlines
Ronaldo’s mother supported him and his talent and make Ronaldo believe in himself. As she asks him to quit studies and focus on football entirely. By the age of 14, he starts playing semi-professionally. Next year he was diagnosed by the racing heart, he went to heart surgery and get back to training after sometime.
Career stats and latest football news of Ronaldo’s life
|Full name||Cristiano Ronaldo Dos Santos Aveiro|
|Date of birth||5 February 1985|
|Place of birth||Madeira, Portugal|
|2002-2003||Sporting CP B|
Sporting CP and the latest football news
Ronaldo was promoted from the youth team to the senior team at the age of 16. According to the latest football news, he became the first player of history to play for the U-16, U-17 and U-18 teams of a club in the same year. Sporting defeated Manchester United by 3-1. After watching his dribbling skills against Manchester United sir Alex Ferguson made a bid to buy Ronaldo in his club.
According to the latest football news of that time, many clubs had shown great interest to buy Ronaldo as a winger. Some great clubs which show interest to buy Ronaldo are Liverpool, Barcelona, Arsenal and Manchester United. It was happening for the first time that Manchester United was showing interest to buy a Portuguese player.
Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo biography: Ronaldo lifestyle in England and latest football news of Manchester united
Cristiano Ronaldo bio was ready to add golden pages as he was the upcoming legend of that era. Ronaldo spends 6 years in Manchester United and he played 196 matches and scored 84 goals. Transfer fee was £12.24 million.
Ronaldo played well for Manchester United but his first and only hat-trick come against Newcastle United. On 12 January 2008 Manchester beat Newcastle by 6-0 in which Ronaldo scored 3 goals. This was the headline of all the latest football news.
He won the premier league golden boot in 2007-2008 season as he was having 31 league goals.
In 2008 many rumors arose that Ronaldo is willing to join Real Madrid according to the latest football news Ronaldo and Real Madrid didn’t respond to them.
Next year Ronaldo left Manchester United and joined Real Madrid.
Real Madrid a major part of Ronaldo biography
Ronaldo joins Real Madrid for £80 million which was the highest bid of that era. Lots of fans joined the match to see Ronaldo playing for Real Madrid. Ronaldo had to wear number 9 jersey for Real Madrid because Raul used to wear the number 7 jersey.
According to stats and latest football news Ronaldo spends 9 years in Real Madrid and scored 292 goals in 311 matches.
In 2013 Ronaldo won Ballon d’Or and La Decima title and become one of the most admirable players. He was so famous that he used to be in headlines of all the latest football news.
Next year also he won the Ballon d’Or title again and become the headline of all latest football news.
Ronaldo scored 17 goals in the 2013-14 Champions League.
Ronaldo was a major part of a club in winning three consecutive titles of the UEFA title.
After the 2017-18 UEFA final Ronaldo left Real Madrid and joined Juventus.
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Ronaldo has appeared in 53 matches for Juventus and scored 42 goals.
According to the latest football news, he is one of the best footballers in the world.
Career stats and Ronaldo biography
|2002-2003||Sporting CP B||2||0|