Here is a good news for the Portuguese forward fans who were sad to know that Ronaldo will
retire from international football after the upcoming FIFA world cup.
Cristiano Ronaldo has set his sights on reaching Euro 2024 and the Portugal and Manchester
United forward says he has no plans to retire any time soon.
“I want to be part of the World Cup and the Euros … I feel very motivated. My ambition is great,” the 37-year-old said.
Ronaldo has scored 117 goals in 189 Portugal appearances and is expecting to play in his 10th
major international tournament for his country at Qatar 2022.
The forward’s brace against the Republic of Ireland in September 2021 allowed him to
overtake Iranian great Ali Daei’s haul of 109 goals as the record international scorer.
Ronaldo eventually stayed at Manchester United this summer despite speculation he
would switch clubs, and despite being benched for Premier League matches he scored in the
team’s last outing at Moldovan minnows FC Sheriff in the Europa League.