After being crowned Player of the Century on Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo opened up a slightly on his agendas for the future.
Cristiano Ronaldo maintains he has no immediate plans to retire and will go on for at least ‘the another two or three years’.
For a man in his mid-thirties, Ronaldo is doing unbelievably nicely for Juventus and Portugal. He still exceeds his counterparts, including those 10 or more years his junior. So why shouldn’t he play into his forties?
16 goals in only 14 games across all tournaments for Juventus this season confirms that age hasn’t slowed the Portuguese great down.
“I will be 36 [on February 5] and day in and day out, I have often done what I have been doing for the past few years,” said Ronaldo to an outstanding audience as quoted .
“I don’t plan to stop anytime shortly, not in the another two or three years. All this includes a lot of sacrifices and pain, but in the end it is all worth it.