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Will 39-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo call curtains on his glorious career after Euro 2024?

Will 39-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo call curtains on his glorious career after Euro 2024?

Ronaldo has already achieved remarkable feats, including winning the European Championship in Euro 2016 in France

Calling Cristiano Ronaldo a football legend is an understatement. As Portugal gears up to start their Euro 2024 campaign on Tuesday against the Czech Republic, Ronaldo remains a key player, set to lead the attack for one of the most talented teams in the tournament. At 39, what seemed like a career that might end in disappointment could instead culminate in a glorious display of Ronaldo’s incredible resilience and skill.

Ronaldo has already achieved remarkable feats, including winning the European Championship in Euro 2016 in France. The only trophy missing from his illustrious career is the World Cup. At the end of the World Cup in Qatar, many thought his chance at this title was gone, as he was already 37 and the next World Cup was four years away.

Will Cristiano Ronaldo play beyond EURO 2024?

However, it seems that Ronaldo is far from giving up on this dream. According to “Relevo,” he intends to continue playing at a high level with the goal of competing in the 2026 World Cup. By then, he will be 41 years old, aiming to make his sixth World Cup appearance. Ronaldo began his journey with the national team in the 2006 World Cup and has since made 22 appearances in the tournament, scoring eight goals.

Ronaldo’s determination and commitment to the sport are unmatched. His ability to maintain peak performance, even as he approaches his forties, is a testament to his dedication and physical prowess. As Portugal embarks on their Euro 2024 journey, fans and critics alike will be watching to see if Ronaldo can add another remarkable chapter to his storied career. Whether or not he achieves his ultimate goal of a World Cup victory, Ronaldo’s legacy as one of the greatest footballers of all time is already secure.

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