Portugal legend and Juventus forward, Cristiano Ronaldo remains undecided about his future after football. Despite the fact, he is 34 years old, he has refused to say exactly when he finally hang the boot.
Ronaldo this season with the Old Ladies has scored 12 goals in 21 appearances which is not a bad record to have and with the way he is going it doesn’t look like the Portuguese have considered slowing down anytime soon.
He had revealed in a statement that he could return at the end of the season or go-ahead to play till he clocks 40.
However, the top footballer has not ruled out the possibilities of taking a coaching job after he retires, joining the likes of Frank Lampard, Thierry Henry, John Terry among others who have transitioned from playing football to coaching football players.
Ronaldo in a statement revealed that he is not interested in becoming a coach, he, however, stressed that he may consider one day when he is bored and feels like it.
“Never say never,” the five-time Ballon d’Or winner told DAZN Italy.
Ronaldo went on to reveal the kind of coach he would be should he finally decides to become one.
He said, “If I became a coach, I would be a motivator, the coach must pass on his passion and talent to the team. For example, I like to have fun, dribble, shoot, score goals, I should be able to pass this on to the team.”