Fred Rodrigues Makes a Lifetime Commitment to His Son Ben

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Manchester United midfielder and Brazilian international, Fred Rodrigues has made a lifetime commitment to always walk by the side of his only son, Benjamin.

The 27-year-old Manchester United star made this commitment recently when he took to his Instagram account to share a photograph of his son and himself walking side by side in the premises of his beautiful mansion.

In the picture, Fred could be seen holding the tiny hand of the one-year-old boy who wore the same shorts as that of his father.

Also in the father and son photograph, the dou didn’t wear any top and posed backing the camera to create a perfect effect of the message the Manchester United football star was trying to pass.

The message was well embedded in the caption which he wrote in Portuguese and then translated to English. The English version of the caption reads: “I will always walk by your side”.

Ben is the only child of Fred‘s union with his longtime girlfriend Monique Salum who he did a grand wedding with in 2019, a year after he joined Manchester United for a whopping 52 million pounds.

Fred Rodrigues and commitments

Fred Rodrigues and his family
Fred Rodrigues and his family

Since he joined the club in 2018, fans of the club have been watching him closely and critically to pick out reasons why he didn’t worth such a huge transfer fee.

As he has been so committed to his young family, based on his Instagram posts, so has he been trying to show so much commitment to the progress of Manchester United in all the competitive games he has featured in.

Yet, most Manchester United‘s fans believe he should have done more so far because his one goal in at least 42 appearances for the club is far below the expectation of the fans.

However, the only time in his almost two seasons at the club he got the fans approval was in January 2020 when he won the club’s player of the month for the first time.

Well, all that doesn’t matter at this point, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. For now, Fred Rodrigues‘ mission is to use the unprecedented free time the coronavirus break has given him to walk side by side with his son.