4 reasons why Cristiano Ronaldo is not retiring
Cristiano Ronaldo is still the Portuguese star with an ambiguous future in the recent period, after several press reports revealed that he was offered to AC Milan and his counterpart Inter Milan to move to one of them during the current summer transfer market, after he was the first and only net star who became an outcast in many clubs. Despite this, the “Don” defies time, rejects the idea of retirement, and decides to continue in the stadiums for the largest possible period.
Manchester United’s decision to open the door for Cristiano Ronaldo to leave this summer topped the covers of the English newspapers, as the newspaper “Mirror” published a picture of Ronaldo inside his cars, under the title: “Go Ronaldo, Tin Hag is ready to sell the Portuguese star and restore the team spirit.”
Ronaldo commented on the rumors circulating in the various media about his future in the English club, noting that most of them are lies.
Cristiano Ronaldo suffers during the current period due to the decline in the results of Manchester United significantly at the beginning of the season, in addition to not participating in the Champions League competition.
Ronaldo responded to a post through his personal account on the “Instagram” website, saying: “They will know the truth when he gives a press interview in a few weeks.”
He added: “The media only tells lies, I have a notebook and in the past few months out of the 100 stories that were about me, there were only 5 real news, imagine how it goes! Only 5 results, imagine how it goes.”
We review the 4 most prominent reasons that push Cristiano Ronaldo, 38, to postpone the idea of retiring and continue playing football beyond the age of forty:
1- He challenged Tin Hag after their last crisis
Cristiano Ronaldo seeks to win the challenge with his Dutch coach, Erik ten Hag, when he leaves for a new professional experience away from Man United
English press reports revealed that the Dutchman, Eric Ten Hag, is open to the departure of Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, during the current summer Mercato.
Ronaldo’s contract with the Red Devils expires next summer, with the possibility of extending for another season, but many reports claimed that Cristiano would prefer to move to a team that participates in the Champions League.
According to the British newspaper, The Times, Ten Hag has abandoned his position that Ronaldo should stay with the team, and is open to selling him before the end of the summer Mercato.
2- Insisting on his position to continue playing football beyond the age of forty
Ronaldo strives all the time to break records in European stadiums, which is one of the most prominent and most important features of the player since his first appearance in the stadiums.
3-Continue to break records in stadiums, most notably the European Champions League
Widely considered one of the greatest players in history, Ronaldo holds the record for the most goals and assists in the Champions League (136 and 42 respectively), the record for most goals in the European Championship (14), and qualifications for the same tournament (31). ), the Club World Cup (7), as well as the most goals scored in one season of the Champions League, and his absence from the tournament may push him not to think about retiring
4- Continuing the historical struggle with Argentine star Lionel Messi for the title of the best in the world over time
“Cat and Mouse” could become a broad manchette or the name of a movie about the struggle of the Argentine world football stars Lionel Messi and Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo throughout their history in the Spanish League in particular, given what the duo presented in their career full of achievements and records during their time in Barcelona and Real Madrid, However, the situation has reversed over the past two years, after leaving for new experiences away from the Spanish League.
With a quick reading of the current situation, we find that there is a state of technical recovery experienced by Lionel Messi, the Paris Saint-Germain player, after he scored one of his best goals with his French team, Paris Saint-Germain, against Clermont Foot, in the match that Saint-Germain won 5-0 in the first round competitions. From the French League competition, Ronaldo is hesitant about his decision to retire due to his desire to continue the historical conflict with Messi.