Zoltan, with due respect, you sound more ambitious for your kid than him!
After recently working with a mate's son who lives in another state, who is incredibly ambitious for his son's career in a HAL development path, his kid isn't keen to do what I think he needs to do by himself.
I don't think he has the intrinsic motivation to juggle by himself, play against a wall by himself, practise dribbling by himself, etc, to acquire the requisite skills to become a pro. Compared to where I live, there is so much travelling time wasted too transporting him to formal practices. My prediction is he won't be playing in a few more years, even though he is in a HAL academy.
In just a few months kids can quit the sport entirely, because they lose interest.
In FFA coach education, it has been emphasised that the motivation for players should be intrinsic. The motivation needs to come from within - not overly ambitious parents.