The Portuguese Star Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted that after retiring from playing football, he will “live his life like a king” instead of becoming a coach. The 30 years old stated that after retiring he have no other plans than enjoying his life and doing the stuff he likes.
“I have a top life, but I think I am going to enjoy it more when I finish my career, when I have time to do what I like,” said Ronaldo. ““I think at first it will be tough not playing football, but if you ask me now if I want to coach, I would say no. Neither a club director nor a president.”
Real Madrid forward , who has won the Ballon D’or 3 times in his career has admitted that football commitments have ‘stopped’ him from doing many stuff he likes. “”This Saturday there is a boxing bout in Las Vegas and I would like to take my friends and family to see it, and I can’t because I don’t have time.”
Cristiano, who turns 31 this February have had a great career so far as he have won the Ballon D’or 3 times, the Champions League twice and many other titles with Real Madrid or Manchester United but he reveals that his career and his life has been very difficult despite having a great professional career.
The Portuguese is on race to win another Ballon D’or as he have been selected on the TOP3 shortlist – alongside Messi and Neymar. The winner is expected to be named on 11 January.