Cristiano Ronaldo “i want to retire at Manchester United & coach son at youth level”

Cristiano Ronaldo is hopeful that Manchester United would be his final club before retiring, and he may even end up teaching his kid through the club’s minor systems.

On deadline day this summer, Ronaldo returned to Old Trafford, signing a two-year contract with a third-year option.

While Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recently stated that he expects Ronaldo to compete at the highest level until he is in his 40s, The Sun reports that while the Portuguese has no intentions to retire, he does have his son’s footballing growth in mind.

They claim that Ronaldo intends to stay at United for longer than his initial two-year contract, and that he is anxious to prove himself.

When his father was at Juventus, Cristiano Jr. played for the youth teams, scoring four goals on his debut at the age of nine.

“I’d like for him to be a football player because he has a strong desire to participate in the sport. Ronaldo has previously stated that he is a competitor who despises losing.

“He’s quick and determined. But this is nothing; it requires a great deal of commitment. When we’re at home, I’ll say, ‘Go to the treadmill and run for a few minutes.’ Then, after the treadmill, I tell them, “Now go to the cold water to recover so you can do it again tomorrow.” And he adds, “daddy, the water is so cold, I don’t want to do it.” “However, I understand.”

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