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Cristiano Ronaldo ‘spent Christmas in Miami so he could make arrangements to have a sibling for his young son’, claims media in his native Portugal

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Cristiano Ronaldo spent Christmas in Miami so he could expand his family, it was sensationally claimed today.

The Real Madrid star left his five-year-old son Cristiano Jr with his mum Dolores in Portugal so he could deal with arrangements for a sibling for the youngster, a popular Portuguese TV presenter claimed.

The 30-year-old spoke of his desire to have ‘five or six’ little Cristianos in a recent magazine interview.

Cristiano Ronaldo spent Christmas in Miami without his five-year-old son Cristiano Jr, in order to 'arrange to have another child', a popular Portuguese TV presenter has claimed

Cristiano Ronaldo spent Christmas in Miami without his five-year-old son Cristiano Jr, in order to ‘arrange to have another child’, a popular Portuguese TV presenter has claimed

He told FHM magazine: ‘I think I have good conditions to have many kids so I want this. Let’s find the right woman.’

He also gushed about his five-year-old, said to have been born in a private clinic in the US with the collaboration of two Mexican surrogate mums.

Ronaldo’s mum revealed in her approved biography she had picked up Cristiano Jr, known affectionately as Cristianinho – ‘little Cristiano’, from a private hospital in Florida.

He told FHM magazine: ‘I think I have good conditions to have many kids so I want this. Let’s find the right woman.’

He also gushed about his five-year-old, said to have been born in a private clinic in the US with the collaboration of two Mexican surrogate mums.

Ronaldo’s mum revealed in her approved biography she had picked up Cristiano Jr, known affectionately as Cristianinho – ‘little Cristiano’, from a private hospital in Florida.

Cristiano was pictured getting VIP treatment at a basketball match and relaxing bare-chested round his hotel pool while his son stayed with his grandmother more than 3,800 miles away.

Dolores, who this year opened her own Twitter and Instagram pages, posted a string of pictures of her surrounded by her grandchildren including Cristianinho over Christmas in her native Madeira.

The scenes contrasted with the photos Cristiano posted online last Christmas from Dubai, where he relaxed with his son and ex-girlfriend Irina Shayk and her family before their New Year break-up.

Eunice Cristina Morais de Carvalho, a popular TV presenter known by her artistic name of Maya, told Portuguese station CMTV: ‘Only a very strong reason led Cristiano Ronaldo to spend Christmas away from Cristianinho.

‘Last Christmas he wasn’t with his mum or his brother or sisters because he spent it with Irina and Irina’s mum and sister but Cristianinho was with him.

‘This year he spent Christmas alone in Miami.’

Turning to colleagues she added: ‘Doesn’t Miami ring bells with anyone? Where’s Cristianinho from? Cristianinho comes from Miami as everyone knows.

‘Cristiano has repeatedly said he wants another child. Cristiano went to Miami to make arrangements for that second child.’

Ronaldo stunned the world in July 2010 by announcing on Twitter and Facebook he had become a father.

Dolores, 60, revealed in her July 2014 approved biography called ‘Mother Courage’ she had picked the child up from an unnamed private hospital in Florida while her son was playing the 2010 World Cup in south Africa.

Speaking of the moment Cristiano told her he would be a father, she added: ‘I’m going to have a child and I want you to be the one to help me educate him and give him love, as you’ve always done with me and my brothers and sisters.

‘The mother of the baby will never be known.’

Mum-of-four Dolores, whose alcoholic husband Dinis died of liver disease in September 2005, now lives near to her son on an VIP estate in Madrid where Gareth Bale also has a home so she can help raise Cristianinho as he is affectionately known.

Cristiano’s family has always refused to discuss whether his son was born to a surrogate mum.

Maria Manuela Rodrigues, a former nanny to Cristianinho, revealed four years ago Cristiano’s sister Katia had told her he had two Mexican mums.

The carer, who worked at Katia’s house in Moita near Lisbon for 10 months, told leading Portuguese tabloid Correio da Manha in August 2011: ‘Once I saw a newspaper article saying the child’s mother wanted him back.

Katia said: ‘That’s a lie, because the mum is Mexican and she didn’t even see if it was a boy or a girl, because she was a surrogate mum’ adding that she told her Cristianinho was the ‘child of two mums.’

‘She even told me the child had two mums, that the eggs were from one and another carried and gave birth to the child. And that both were Mexican.’

She added: ‘The child was born in a private clinic and the mother didn’t even see him, because she was covered up. The baby was born and she doesn’t know anything about him.’

The Real Madrid striker took legal action over the article, claiming the newspaper had intruded into his private life.

A court in Lisbon ruled in favour of the footballer and fined a newspaper exec, the former nanny and the two journalists who wrote the story.

An appeal against the decision is understood to be ongoing.

Cristiano has never taken action over other stories about his son’s mum which are given less credence in Portugal, including one that claimed she was a penniless American waitress he paid £10 million to to keep her identity secret and hand the baby over to his family after a one-night stand.

The July 2010 Sunday Mirror report said he met her in a Los Angeles restaurant during a trip to the US in 2009, charming her with the line: ‘Me, you **** ****’.

Speaking in July last year, Cristiano’s older sister Elma admitted: ‘Cristianinho sometimes asks about his mum.

‘Once we told him that she was in Heaven, but my brother and my mum didn’t like that and asked us not to repeat it.

‘We say now that his mum went travelling. He goes silent, forgets about it and doesn’t ask anymore.’

Cristiano is expected to see in the New Year in Marrakech with his kick boxer friend Badr Hari and Real Madrid teammate Karim Benzema.

A Moroccan newspaper reported he has reserved a £2,400-a-night suite at luxury hotel The Pearl Marrakech.

The footballer recently acquired his own private jet, a £13.5 million Gulfstream G200, which he is said to use regularly to travel to Morocco to see Badr, 31.

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Nigeria football league suspended indefinitely due to coronavirus

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The League Management Company (LMC) has suspended the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) until further notice due to concerns about the coronavirus.

The LMC, which is the organiser of the NPFL, disclosed this in a statement issued on Wednesday evening.

“Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) has been suspended till further notice in line with global health preventive protocol against the Corona Virus Disease (COVID 19),” the statement read.

“In suspending remaining league matches, the League Management Company (LMC) said it would review the decision after consulting the nation’s health authorities, namely, the Federal Ministry of Health and the National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) as well as the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development.

“Matchday 25 fixtures were concluded on Wednesday and the LMC said the decision was to conform with the guidelines for containment of the spread of the global pandemic.”

In the same manner, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has announced the cessation of all forms of football activities in the country for the next four weeks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

According to the country’s football governing, the shutdown will affect all on-field activities in the various national teams, the NPFL, the other leagues, youth football programmes and even street football.

The COVID-19 crisis has prompted many countries to halt sports activities, while others have opted to play their games behind closed doors.

Nigeria recently confirmed five new cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday.

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Ronaldinho arrested for allegedly using fake passport to travel

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Former Brazilian football star Ronaldinho and his brother have been detained in Paraguay after allegedly using fake passports to enter the South American country, authorities said Wednesday.

“Ronaldinho will be heard at eight in the morning on Thursday at the prosecutor’s office,” Interior Minister Euclides Acevedo told reporters.

Paraguayan police raided the hotel in Asuncion where the 2005 Ballon d’Or winner was staying during a trip promote a book and found the false documents, the minister said.

“We are also investigating the responsibility of the authorities who allowed them to enter the country with falsified documents,” Acevedo said.

Ronaldinho and his brother had their Brazilian passports withdrawn in November 2018 after failing to pay a $2.3 million fine for environmental damage incurred during the building of property in Rio Grande do Sul, in southern Brazil.

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WilderFury3 confirmed! Deontay Wilder officially triggers July rematch with Tyson Fury

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American boxer Deontay Wilder has officially confirmed his rematch with Tyson Fury a day after posting a Twitter video where he claimed ‘no one can take his pride and that the war has just begun’.

WilderFury3 confirmed! Deontay Wilder officially triggers July rematch with Tyson Fury

Wilder lost his first professional fight to Fury on February 23, losing his WBC belt to the Gypsy King in the process.

Fury bulldozed Wilder throughout the match, knocking him out twice before Wilder’s trainer Mark Breland was forced to throw in the towel seeing his athlete had suffered extensive ear and mouth damage.

                      
A lot of boxing fans wanted to see an a fight between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua next, given that Fury had fought Wilder twice and outclassed him in both, but Wilder has chosen to trigger the rematch clause signed in his contract with Fury and a July date has been agreed.
 

“Wilder’s representatives formally notified us last night that they have accepted the rematch,” Bob Arum, Fury’s co-promoter and owner of Top Rank promotions told Ringside Reporter Live on Sunday.

“It’s going to happen in the summer before the Olympics.”
 

Arum admitted he was not sure Wilder will have fully recovered by July following the bruising, two-knockdown defeat, which saw him suffer a badly-cut ear and lip.
 

After Fury’s impressive win over Wilder where he taught Wilder some boxing essentials, Wilder gave off a series of excuses why he lost the match.

“I had no legs,” Wilder said. “I’m surprised I went that long. I had no legs, and I knew I was in for a fight with these legs and the condition I was in. It was crazy. But, you know, again, it’s nobody’s fault but mine.”

“I wore the costume that was that heavy, and I paid the price. I traded the tribute to men and women [for] my title, and you know, as a warrior, I was gonna fight.

“My job was to fight under any circumstances, as a king, and that’s what I did. And I don’t take nothing back.”

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