The Juventus striker, furthermore, revealed what piece of advice he usually gives younger players.
Cristiano Ronaldo has his eyes set on one last dream: the World Cup with Portugal. The Juventus player declared on ‘Sky Sport’ that it’s a dream that he still wants to achieve despite that he may be experiencing the final stage of his career because of his age.
“My goal, and I imagine it with my eyes closed, is to have a very, very bright future. We won Euro 2016 and now we want to win the World Cup. My dream is to always win with Portugal. I’ve won two titles, including the Nations League, and now I want the World Cup. I’ve won trophies at every club I’ve been at, the World Cup is my big dream”, he assured.
About how he currently is, he assured: “Cristiano is fine today, I feel in a great moment, but I don’t know what will happen next. I live in the present, the moment. This period is excellent, I am happy. I am still in excellent condition, at the top and I hope to play many more years, but you never know. This is football, we are us. We don’t know what will happen to us in the future”.
And he also revealed what he usually says to players that are starting out: “When I talk to young people, I always give the same advice, I say: ‘Enjoy the moment’ because we never know what might happen in the future. Anything can happen in your life, in your family”.