Sky Sport presenter predicts what CR7 wants to archive before retiring

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Gary Neville and Ronaldo were team-mates at Manchester United The Ex-Manchester United star says CR7 is obsessed Neville has predicted that Ronaldo may play until his 40s Former Manchester United star Gary Neville has hinted that Cristiano Ronaldo is not ready to retire despite his age, saying the 35-year-old could play until his 40s. Neville stated that he sees Ronaldo playing for years to come and that he does not see the Real Madrid legend retiring until he surpasses Pele’s goalscoring record. The Juventus striker has now scored a total of 725 career goals in more than 1000 appearances as a professional. Brazil legend Pele ended his much-lauded 21-year career with 1,282 goals in 1,363 games, however most of these goals

Cristiano Ronaldo mention the only player he wants to play with before his retirement.

The Portuguese international Ronaldo Juventus superstar is reportedly planning to play alongside his first son at some point in his career. The 34-year-old joined the Old Lady in the summer of 2018 after failing to help his country avoid crashing out of the FIFA World Cup in the round of 16 stage. Ronaldo ended his nine-year reign with Real Madrid to pick up a new challenge in Italy, having conquered England and Spain. While with Los Blancos, the forward won four Champions League titles - making him the most successful player in the history of the tournament with five in total. His first year with the Turin club, Ronaldo clinched two titles and ended up winning the Serie A Most Valuable Player at the