William Hill are expecting great things from Ronaldo's twins and it is 100/1 that either of the twins play a competitive match for Real Madrid or Man Utd.

Ronaldo Jnr has already impressed in clips on YouTube and he is the same price to play for either team.

"Despite inheriting talent, many children of sports stars find it hard to get the focus required to be top athletes themselves," said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.

"But Ronaldo is famous for his work ethic and he could well instil that desire in his offspring."

William Hill Latest Odds

Cristiano Ronaldo Jnr to play a competitive match for either Real Madrid or Man Utd: 100/1

Either of Ronaldo's twin to play a competitive match for either Real Madrid or Man Utd: 100/1

Both of Ronaldo's twin to start a competitive match in the same line up for either Real Madrid or Man Utd: 250/1

(Article via William Hill)

Cristiano Ronaldo shares a picture of his twins.

Ronaldo has confirmed the birth of his twin boys after sharing an adorable picture on his social media.

The 32-year-old welcomes his second and third child via a surrogate mother.

Ronaldo took to Instagram to post a picture of his twins accompanied with the words, "So happy to be able to hold the two new loves of my life."

Ronaldo's young family grows with the twins joining his seven-year-old son, Cristiano Junior.




He released a statement on Facebook. It reads:

"I was in the service of the National Team, as it always happens, body and soul, even though I knew my two sons were born," Ronaldo said.

Ronaldo alongside his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez (L), his sister Elma (R) and son Cristiano Jr. Image: PA

"Unfortunately, we have not been able to achieve the main sporting objective we wanted, but I am sure we will continue to give the Portuguese joy."

"The President of the Portuguese Football Federation and the National Selector had an attitude today that sensitized me and I will not forget. I am very happy to finally be able to be with my children for the first time."

The Real Madrid star is leaving the Confederation Cup in Russia to attend to his family after missing out on a spot in the final following their penalty shootout defeat to Chile, last night.

He's allowed to miss the third place play off against either Mexico or Germany to return to his family.

Congratulation, Cristiano


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