Cristiano Ronaldo dismisses suggestions that his career is in decline and emphasizes that, at the age of 38, he still possesses a wealth of talent and ambition to offer.


Cristiano Ronaldo has responded emphatically to claims suggesting that his career is on the decline, refuting rumors that he’s on the verge of retiring. This rebuttal comes on the heels of his outstanding performance in Saudi Arabia, where the 38-year-old netted two goals in Al-Nassr’s thrilling 4-3 win against Al-Ahli on Friday evening, September 22.

In addition to his on-field prowess, Ronaldo, who recently embraced Saudi Arabian culture, made it clear that he will continue to grace the football pitch until his body signals otherwise. He asserted:

“People may say Ronaldo is past his prime, but that’s not the truth. I’ll keep playing until my body tells me, ‘Cristiano, it’s time to stop.’ I still possess a deep passion for the game, for scoring goals, and for winning.

“They may claim I’m finished, but I’m consistently demonstrating that it’s not the case.”

Ronaldo’s recent achievement of an unbeaten record in 1,000 career games with Al-Nassr in their recent AFC Champions League victory against Persepolis underscores his enduring prowess. Additionally, he remains a key figure in the Portugal national team, with aspirations of securing a spot in their squad for the upcoming European Championship.

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