Manchester United forward, Cristiano Ronaldo has hit back after his son received backlash for wearing Nike, Adidas and Yeezy.

Cristiano Jr, 11, was seen in a picture posted by his grandmother and Ronaldo’s mum, Maria Dolores on Thursday, wearing a Nike hoodie, shorts, Adidas socks and Adidas ‘Yeezy’ sliders.

And Ronaldo been a Nike ambassador, his son’s attire caused a huge stir and led to plenty taking issue with his brand choices.

But five-time Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo was not best pleased and responded by commenting on his mother’s post.

Defending his son, he wrote: “He wears what he wants. Not what you want.”

Ronaldo wears Nike mercurial boots and many of their other products at the centre of their adverts and campaigns.

In 2016, the 37-year-old forward signed a whopping $1 billion 10-year-deal with the swoosh brand and regularly posts Nike related content on his social media.

Ronaldo missed Manchester United last game against the Foxes through illness and his expected to be part of the trip to face Everton later today.

“Cristiano is back again, Luke [Shaw] is still injured. He will be out for the next two or three weeks.

“It was a similar story for three other first team regulars. “[Edinson] Cavani is still injured, [Raphael] Varane is still injured and the same is true with [Scott] McTominay.” Manchester United interim manager, Rangnick said in a press conference yesterday.