Zapping Onz Mondial Cristiano Ronaldo: record number
If some thought the image of Cristiano Ronaldo in tears after Portugal’s World Cup quarter-final exit in Qatar would be the last they saw at the World Cup, they could be wrong. Following this huge failure, the five-time Ballon d’Or decided to go into exile in Saudi Arabia by signing with Al Nassr after a clash with his club Manchester United. Since then, many stars from the old continent have imitated him, including Frenchmen Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante, who joined rival team Al Ittihad.
CR7 wants 2026 World Cup!
Unlike the two Blues, he continues to be called up with the Portuguese selection, which he joined today for the matches against Slovakia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. He therefore has a good chance to appear at the next Euro, scheduled for this summer in Germany, but he does not intend to stop there. Indeed, according to the Saudi press, he informed his leaders that he wants to extend until 2027 with the aim of participating in the North American World Cup in 2026. A major objective for him who will be 41 in 2026, will be 42 in 2027. At the time of his alleged retirement. For now, it is tied to Al-Nassr until 2025, it remains to be seen if its leaders are still willing to do crazy things to keep it.
🇵🇹Cristiano Ronaldo is looking forward to his retirement: principles for 2027
🗞️ Among the media, Ronaldo is the one who wants to play the World Cup in 2026 and renew until next year
– El Partidazo de COPE (@partidazocope) 9 October 2023
to sum up
Al Nassr’s Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo may have hinted at his managers his retirement year, and it won’t be immediately! In fact, he wants to stay till the 2026 World Cup and leave in 2027