Cristiano Ronaldo has a son. According to a statement released via his various social-networking outlets, the 25-year-old soccer star fathered a child, born in June, with an American woman. Ronaldo will retain sole custody of the child, who will move to Portugal. Crucially, because he was born here and his mother was an American citizen, Ronaldo’s son would be eligible to play for the United States. He could be wearing red, white and blue as he sails forty-yard free kicks into the crowd. Too early to get psyched for 2034? [Photo via Getty]
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