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Cristiano Ronaldo Drops Urgent Message About His Future After Calls for Him to Resign
- Cristiano Ronaldo says he plans to keep playing for the next four or five years as he feels he can still deliver at the top level of professional football
- The 37-year-old re-joined Manchester United last summer and has scored a total of 15 goals for the Red Devils in all competitions this season
- Ronaldo says he is proud of the heights he has achieved as a footballer and believes his records will be difficult to surpass by others
Cristiano Ronaldo says he is not considering retiring from football anytime soon as he feels he still has four or five more active years to offer the game.
Ronaldo has had an illustrious career spanning 20 years which has seen him win league titles across England, Spain, and Italy.
The 37-year-old holds the record for most international goals scored with 115 goals scored for the Portugal national team and is also the top scorer in the UEFA Champions League with 140 goals.
According to a report via Spanish news outlet Marca, Ronaldo reveals he doubts anyone can match his records in football while suggesting he plans to keep playing for at least four more years.
"I know there are not many years to go before I stop playing, hopefully, four or five more, but I hope to keep winning things.
"My life has been a very beautiful journey. I have left my mark everywhere I've been. I don't think there's any player in history who can reach, well, the numbers he can reach, but to have that pride of saying 'wherever I've been, I've left my mark.”
Cristiano Ronaldo gives Manchester United a timeline on winning trophies
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo has given Manchester United a timeline for winning trophies as he admits he still has the hunger for success.
According to the Mirror, Ronaldo believes Manchester United affords him the opportunity to add to his trophy haul as he believes he can win more titles with the Red Devils.
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Manchester United’s only chance for silverware this season lies in the UEFA Champions League after the Old Trafford club were eliminated early from all domestic competitions.
Former Premier League Icon Advises Cristiano Ronaldo to Consider Retirement
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Frank Leboeuf has pleaded with striker Cristiano Ronaldo to consider retiring from professional football.
At 37-years-old, Ronaldo has established himself as one of the greatest of all time footballers with the Portuguese striker bagging 689 career goals in 926 games.
The striker who has five Ballon d’Or awards in his 20-year career has emerged League champion in England, Spain, and Italy.