Dolores Aveiro, the mother of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, said that she keeps a dream that she hopes to achieve before her death, and confirmed that her son responded to her with an answer that would be subject to all interpretations after she made her request known to him.

The Spanish newspaper, Marca, quoted an interview with Ronaldo’s mother, in which she said that she wished to see her son play again for Sporting Lisbon, the team in which this star started his career at the age of 12, before moving to Manchester United in 2003, when he was 17. years old.

The mother explained that she spoke with her son about this request, and he replied, “We will see what happens,” in an answer that did not close the door to a possible return to the childhood club.

Aveiro, 66, said she hoped Sporting would be the next destination for Ronaldo's son, and confirmed that the 11-year-old boy currently has a better level than his father when he was his age.

She also said that her son did not have coaches at an early stage of his life, unlike her grandson, who receives the necessary care from his father and is currently training with the youth team of Manchester United.

On the other hand, Ronaldo's mother spoke about reports that her son was close to moving to Manchester City in the past weeks, and confirmed that he told her during that period, "Do not worry about what is being said, I am going to United."

Aveiro confirmed that she had a special evening when she watched more than 70,000 fans chanting Ronaldo's name in his first match with Manchester United this season.