Cristiano Ronaldo has named as the best football players in this century. But even the best players must know when to stop. And it seems Cristiano Ronaldo has considered his retirement. Recently, the Portuguese international player has revealed that he could retire from football as early as next year. But at the same time, he insists his plan for retirement has nothing to do with his condition in Juventus. He insists he’s happy with La Vecchia Signora for the time being.

The father of four is indeed not in his prime age anymore. But it doesn’t mean he’s already losing it. He’s still in his best performance and perhaps he will still have it for the next few years and has another chance to get Ballon d’Or for the sixth times.

Last season, in his first time at Juventus, Cristiano Ronaldo added two more pieces of silverware to his ever-expanding cabinet by winning the Serie A title and the Supercoppa Italia. He also scored 28 goals in 43 games in his debut campaign in Italy. But now, the former Real Madrid and Manchester United player hinted that he could hang up his boots at the end of the 2019-2020 season despite signing a four-year contract with the Old Lady last summer.

Cristiano Ronaldo Did Not Need Football To Live Well

In his statement, Cristiano Ronaldo said that he didn’t need football to live well, and he’s fine financially. All he needs are attractive projects and Juventus is one of them. He always likes the team as they are best in Italy and one of the best in the world. And he’s happy with his achievement with the club. Moreover, by joining Juventus he accomplishes another achievement as he wins three different titles in three different leagues, which the best leagues in the world, England, Spain, and Italy.

He also told mobile casino Malaysia, years ago, whenever he loses a game, he sometimes didn’t have dinner because he’s so upset. But as time goes by and he became more mature, he learned that the most important things in life weren’t football. He obviously knows he had to be focused on football because it’s his job, but he also aware he could also disconnect from football.

Furthermore, he says, he could end his career by the end of this season, but he could also play until he’s 40 or even more. He’s not sure about the future, but he knows he had to enjoy his moment at this time. For him the present is excellent and he must enjoy it.