- Cristiano Ronaldo has hinted that he may call it quits with football at the end of the season
- The Portugal international also stated that he may play the game until he is in his forties
- Ronaldo is the first player in history to win a league title in England, Spain and Italy
Cristiano Ronaldo has given a clue that he could be calling it a day with football at the end of the season.
The 34-year-old joined Juventus for a £100million transfer from Real Madrid last season in a four- year deal.
And despite winning many trophies with club and country, the Portuguese international has admitted that it may be time to hang his boots.
But the former Manchester United superstar also suggested that he could also go on to play till his forties.
"I don't think about that.
"Maybe I can leave my career next year … but I can also play up to 40 or 41.
"I don't know. What I always say is to enjoy the moment. The gift is excellent and I have to continue to enjoy it," Ronaldo told TV1 and reported by Goal.
Ronaldo scored 21 goals in the Serie A last season as he helped Juventus retain the Scudetto.
He is now the first player to win a league title in England, Spain and Italy, making him one of the most decorated players in football.
But the Portuguese forward is more focused on a different achievement, rather than winning trophies.
He added: "Are there any soccer players who have more records than me?"
"I don't think there are any footballers who have more records than me."
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