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“I don’t have many years left” — Ronaldo



Ronaldo speaks on retirement

Everything ultimately comes to an end no matter how high up it gets, and for former Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo, the end to his career is in sight.

The Al Nassr forward acknowledged that his illustrious football career is nearing its end with the 39-year-old star admitting that after a stellar performance for Portugal where he score twice in a 3-0 win over the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday night.

Ronaldo’s brace showcased his enduring prowess and determination as he prepares to maintain his goal-scoring form in the upcoming summer tournament. The legendary forward aims to secure the European Championship trophy for the second time, having first lifted it with Portugal in 2016.

Despite his enduring passion for the sport, Ronaldo is acutely aware that his time on the pitch is limited.

“I don’t have many years left in football… so, I have to enjoy it,” Ronaldo confessed. “I’m in love with football. Every game is special, imagine at the Euros with Portugal, you feel proud… it’s a dream, like when I was 20.”

The acknowledgment of his career’s twilight has not dimmed his competitive spirit. Ronaldo remains committed to adding more accolades to his already illustrious career, aiming to lead Portugal to further glory. His recent performance is a testament to his relentless drive and remarkable talent, traits that have defined his career for nearly two decades.