Cristiano Ronaldo in Early Talks for Facebook Watch Series

Would be soccer star’s second project with social media company

Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo is in discussions with Facebook for a reality series on the social network’s Facebook Watch platform, an insider with knowledge of the situation confirmed to TheWrap.

Variety was first to report on the potential series, which would follow Ronaldo’s day-to-day life, though the insider cautioned these are very initial talks and nothing is currently in development at the moment. The possible docu-series series would be packaged by CAA and produced by Matador Content and Religion of Sports.

CAA and Matador Content did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment, while Facebook and Religion of Sports declined to comment.

Ronaldo is already in business with Facebook Watch, having signed a deal for a scripted series last month. Ronaldo is set to executive produce an untitled drama series, written “Memphis Beat” duo Liz Garcia and Josh Harto. The drama centers on a high school girls soccer team in upstate New York, which hails from wiip, the independent studio led by former ABC boss Paul Lee.

Ronaldo, a member of Spanish-club Real Madrid, is one of the most popular athletes on Facebook, counting more than 120 million followers to his official page. Ronaldo and his fellow Portuguese national team members were knocked out of the World Cup over the weekend in a 2-1 loss to Uruguay.