Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, a player for the Saudi side Al-Nasr, has commented on the recent period he spent at his former English club Manchester United and spoke about his retirement from football, whether at international or local level.
And he spoke Cristiano Ronaldo Of his experience in the Saudi League, during a press conference ahead of Portugal’s match against Liechtenstein, he said: “I know the Saudi League is not the Premier League, but I am pleasantly surprised. If they continue with the plan that they are planning, then in it will be the fifth or sixth most competitive league in the coming years.”
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Regarding participation in the next World Cup, he added: “Step by step, now I only think about the present. I don’t see what will happen in the future. I will always try to help Portugal and it depends on the coach.” ”
Madeira Rocket added: “I think a change in coach in the Portuguese national team will do us good.”
Delegating the task of preparing the Portuguese national team to a Spanish coach, he continued: “My children were born in Spain and they love being in Spain, especially the juniors. I played in Madrid for many years and love the Spanish culture.” ”
Cristiano Ronaldo opens up about his retirement from football
In international retirement, he continued: “In our lives, we have to balance everything we think and reflect on, and then come to a conclusion. As difficult as it is, we cannot give up easily.”
And he continued: “I like to break records, and I am proud to be the most productive player in the history of international football.”
And Al-Don said: “Recently I went through a difficult period personally and professionally, but in life there is no time for regrets. Now is better.”
He explained, “When you are on top of a mountain, you cannot see what is below. In the past period of my life, I lived what I did not live before, and learned from them, and now I am better and stronger than before.
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And about his departure from Manchester United, he said: “I went through a difficult stage in my career, and it’s not hard for me to admit it, but life goes on.”
The Portuguese star concluded: “I am here to be in the starting XI like all players, but I will always respect the decisions of the coach.”