Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are the two best players of the millennium and are among the most outstanding in the history of world football. What they do both on and off the field of play is watched by all and compared to other sports legends. As is also, unfortunately, what his sons Thiago Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. do.
At the age of 9, Thiago's having his first training sessions and games in the lower ranks of Paris Saint Germain. It's Lionel himself who takes him to most of the practices and accompanies him to the games as long as they do not coincide with one that he has to play with the first team.
Cristiano Ronaldo Jr., for his part, shines in the Manchester United U12. Also last year he surprised everyone by scoring four goals in a win against Lucento, when he used to play for Juventus. "The times I went to see him play he surprised me by his qualities, I would like him to be a player, but I will not pressure him, it will depend on his head, it isn't the same as how I was born, with difficulties, he doesn't have any difficulties, that's why I think that will depend on his head", commented CR7 about his son.
It should be noted that although it is still too early to talk about the subject, both children are already following in their parents' footsteps. Thiago Messi, trained with Barcelona during his years in Catalonia, and currently does so in the team of the French capital. Cristiano Jr, for his part, also abandoned the Juventus shirt, and today he wears that of Manchester United, of which his father is a figure.
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo: Would their son's play professional football?
Only fate knows what will happen to the future of its children. However, both stand out above their peers of the same age, and as it happens with the son of a lawyer who ends up studying law, possibly both try to dedicate their lives to football.
Lionel Mess and Cristiano Ronaldo: How old are Thiago Messi and Cristiano Jr and how are their first steps in football?
The present pass market brought surprises of all kinds. To everyone's surprise, both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo left their clubs, and went on to try their luck at other teams. His children followed in his footsteps, and as they always did, they currently play where their parents do. In this way, Thiago Messi plays in the children's divisions of Paris Saint Germain, while Cristiano Jr does so in those of Manchester United.