Despite been playing the Euros, the real objective of Cristiano Ronaldo for the future is revealed and excites the fans

Cristiano Ronaldo‘s future is exciting for many of his fans in regards to football.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Cristiano Ronaldo poses for a picture with the Portugal jersey and the Portuguese national team badge is next to him.
Cristiano Ronaldo poses for a picture with the Portugal jersey and the Portuguese national team badge is next to him.
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Cristiano Ronaldo is 39 years old, and the Portuguese striker has not shown signs of slowing down after an incredible individual season with Al Nassr in the Saudi Pro League. The Portuguese striker has earned his spot in the Portugal national team squad for EUROS 2024 and will play his sixth European Championship with Portugal. Although it is impressive to see Ronaldo playing in EUROS 2024, fans still hope that he will play in the 2026 World Cup, which is two years away. CR7 hinted that his career is soon coming to an end, but he is aiming to make the 2026 World Cup. Relevo reports that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to continue playing at a high level, and his goal is to play in the 2026 World Cup. This is possible since his contract with Al Nassr expires in the summer of 2025. The Saudi Pro League has been so impressed with CR7′s performance that the club may offer him a contract extension until the summer of 2026.

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Ronaldo made 207 appearances for the Portuguese national team across all competitions and friendlies. He’s scored 130 goals for his national team, and he will add more caps with Portugal in EURO 2024. He has played a total of 25 matches in all the European Championships he has played in. He scored a total of 14 goals and provided nine assists in Portugal.

Ronaldo has played in 22 matches in all the World Cups he has played in. The Portuguese striker has played in five World Cups, and the 2026 World Cup would be his sixth one with Portugal. In World Cups, he scored a total of eight goals and provided two assists for the national team.

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Ronaldo when he became the captain of Portugal for the first time

Cristiano Ronaldo started wearing the captain armband in 2008 as the former captain for Portugal was Nuno Gomes. He reveals why he gave it to Cristiano Ronaldo as he said “In the 2008 squad when Cristiano arrived, we realized that we were facing a young man and a different player from the others, with a lot of desire, very competitive and always wanting to be better in every training. Every day, and it is natural that he still serves the national team to this day and is the one who wears the captaincy.”

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