Cristiano Ronaldo already thinks about his life after football: “I would like to make movies”

The Portuguese strikers was interviewed by former Italian footballer Alessandro Del Piero after receiving the Globe Soccer Awards.

Cristiano Ronaldo could turn to film when he retired from professional football (Getty Images)

Although he is going through a sensational sporting moment , 32-year-old Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo is also in the final stages of his professional career. His performance is fantastic but he is already in the last years of his career, so he must think about the future. And as he confessed in his last interview, he would be far from sport.

“I know that when I retire I will have a good life, I’m not saying that because I have a lot of money, I say so because I will try new things, for example, I want to try to make movies,” the Portuguese Real Madrid captain said in the interview with former player Alessandro Del Piero for  Sky Italia, which aired a clip of the interview that will be aired in full in January.

Besides the cinema, Ronaldo is clear that he will be a good businessman, since he has started managing his future several years ago: “Then I have my companies: my hotels, my gyms, my line with Nike. Being a businessman, I started planning my future when I was 27-28 years, a long time ago, I have a very good team, many people who work in my company and help me to build interesting projects…”

Cristiano Ronaldo gave an interview to Alessandro Del Piero (Sky Italia)

In this report, CR7 also recalled that he had the chance to play with Del Piero in Juventus  but chose to sign for Manchester United .

“Many clubs were interested in my services, but Jorge Mendes showed me the right way, I remember talking about Juventus , but  Manchester United offered me the best conditions , and it was a dream because I wanted to play in the Premier League. I would have liked to play with you, I’m sure you would have given me many good passes, “the current Ballon d’Or winner told to his interviewer.

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