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Cristiano Ronaldo considered being a coach when he retired

At age 34, most players around the world have crossed the career or retirement slopes. Even so, Cristiano Ronaldo still plays football at the highest level with Juventus. So far, Ronaldo has played 40 matches and scored 27 goals.

What Ronaldo will do when leaving the pitch is a question that many people care about. Through Goal, he said: “Becoming a coach is one of the options that I will consider.”

The contract between Ronaldo and Juventus expires after the 2021/22 season. Ronaldo was then 37 years old. He revealed that this might be the time to say goodbye after exactly 20 years of playing. Before joining Juventus, Ronaldo wore Sporting Lisbon, Man United and Real Madrid in turn. Everywhere Ronaldo is shining brightly.

Ronaldo continued: “In life and career, you must be humble because you cannot know everything. With a smart athlete, you need to learn from the smallest to improve. In Juventus, my adaptation is perfect. The team found it right to recruit me. But Ronaldo is always proud of his best efforts.

He stressed: “Ask me why I won 5 gold balls and 5 times the Champions League.”

Ronaldo and his teammates won the Serie A 2018/19 early 5 matches. But CR7’s first season in Italy was not complete when Juventus soon stopped in the Champions League. Ronaldo scored both goals for Juventus in the quarter-final and second-legged match, but the collective play of the team made “Old Lady” fall to Ajax.

In recent years, many world-class football players have followed their coaching career after retiring: Zinedine Zidane, Gary Neville, Steven Gerarrd, Frank Lampard, Thierry Henry and Filippo Inzaghi.

Ronaldo excitedly celebrated his 2-year-old son’s goal. During his break, Cristiano Ronaldo spent time playing football with his twin sons Ever and Mateo. After he successfully scored a penalty, CR7 celebrated his emotions.

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