Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has hinted that he could retire from football in one or two years.
Ronaldo made this known in an interview with Sportsbible as he said that he’s starting to enjoy life outside football.
The Portuguese international skipper has established many businesses in his life outside football and he could quit the round leather game sooner than people expect.
Cristiano Ronaldo had earlier pointed out that he loves football but all that could change for him very soon.
The 34-year-old is into the second of the four-year deal that he signed upon joining Italian Serie A giants Juventus last summer in a club-record deal.
He was the topscorer for Juventus in his debut season with the Italians and the Portuguese player has already scored two goals in five league games this season.
Ronaldo has had an illustrious career till date.
He has been at clubs like Sporting Lisbon FC of Portugal, Premier League giants Manchester United, Spanish La Liga outfit Real Madrid whom he left to join Juventus at the start of last season.
Cristiano Ronaldo won his first Ballon d’Or Award while he was a Manchester United player but his other four Ballon d’Or Awards came during his time at Real Madrid.