Cristiano Ronaldo’s son visits iconic statue in Madeira with Juventus youth team

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s son visits iconic statue in Madeira with Juventus youth team as he looks to follow in footsteps

  • Juventus youth team paid a visit to Cristiano Ronaldo’s famous bust in Madeira
  • Ronaldo Jr was part of the group as he looks to emulate his father’s success
  • The eight-year-old has already begun on mission to follow in father’s footsteps

Cristiano Ronaldo remains a role model to millions across the world, and none more so than his son.

Cristiano Jr has already begun on his path to emulating his father’s footballing success.

And the youngster has been pictured on a visit to his father’s famous statue at Madeira airport on a Juventus youth trip.

Cristiano Ronaldo Jr was part of the Juventus youth team that made a trip to Madeira

Cristiano Ronaldo Jr was part of the Juventus youth team that made a trip to Madeira

Ronaldo Jr, pictured in 2015, has already started on his path to emulating his father's success

Ronaldo Jr, pictured in 2015, has already started on his path to emulating his father’s success 

The eight-year-old is a member of the Under 9s team at the Serie A giants.

In September, he marked his debut with four goals in victory over Lucento and bagged a trophy in December.

He still has some way to go, though, if he is to following in his father’s footsteps.

Ronaldo Sr made his competitive bow for Sporting Lisbon in 2002 at the age of 16.

Ronaldo Sr was on the score sheet as Juventus secured a 1-1 draw at Ajax on Wednesday

Ronaldo Sr was on the score sheet as Juventus secured a 1-1 draw at Ajax on Wednesday

At 34 he is still going strong and scored for Juventus in their 1-1 Champions League quarter-final draw with Ajax on Wednesday night.

He has scored 25 times in his debut season in Italy since a £100m move from Real Madrid last summer.

Ronaldo is seeking an unprecedented fourth European Cup in a row after winning the last three at the Bernabeu. 

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