One of Cristiano Ronaldo's burger saviours has been located

McDonald’s worker who gave Cristiano Ronaldo burgers when he begged for food identifies herself

McDonald’s worker who gave Cristiano Ronaldo burgers when he begged for food identifies herself

He spoke on various topics including the rape allegations charged on him past year and even wept after watching a video of his father.

The five-time Ballon d'Or victor revealed the trio working at a Mcdonald's eatery near his boyhood club Sporting Lisbon stadium, handed them burgers whenever they showed up, but he could not trace them again after the shop was closed.

Interestingly, during the interview the Juventus star promised to invite Edna alongside "two other girls" for dinner in Lisbon or Turin whenever they are found.

"I will never forget that moment", Ronaldo said emotionally to Piers Morgan in a talk that revealed much about the former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward.

"I asked people in Portugal, they closed the McDonalds". But if this interview can help find them, I would be so happy.

A woman known as Edna Caldas, 36, has been finally identified as of one of the three McDonald's ladies that offered hungry Cristiano Ronaldo burgers as a youngster.

When there were excess hamburgers, our manager gave us permission to give them out.

"One of them was Cristiano Ronaldo, who turned out to be the most shy".

"I still laugh about it all now". I had already told my son about it but he thought it was a fib because he couldn't imagine his mum ever giving Cristiano Ronaldo a hamburger.

"My husband already knew about it, because sometimes he would go to pick me up from work at night and he also saw him".

A return meeting would give Ronaldo to return the favor to Leca and the other women who once served him as a hungry youngster in Portugal.

"This was something that all happened such a long time ago". It shows his humility.

"If he invited me out for dinner, I'd go for sure. The first thing I'd do would be to say thank you and during the meal we would have time to remember those times", the woman further said.

"I didn't think Karma existed but I'm beginning to believe now that it does".