Cristiano Ronaldo is ready to continue his career in football. After it was reported that the player wanted to be part of Manchester United’s coaching staff.
According to The Sun, the Portugal international wants to end his football career at Manchester United and will later turn to coaching with the Red Devils’ staff.
The key factor is the 36-year-old striker’s son has traveled as a player and is developing at a youth level. The resulting in his father Ronaldo’s desire to train and hone his skills in managing the team.
Ronaldo has now returned to Manchester United on a two-year contract. Plus the option of a third-year contract extension, but British media believe the Portuguese is looking far into the future already.
The city’s media believe Ronaldo wants to learn how to work as a coach at Old Trafford. The cultivating players who are confident in their potential. After this club has personnel and surrounding factors that are very conducive. Including having developed himself to become a world-class player.
The 36-year-old has a strong connection with United having enjoyed much success during his initial spell at the club from 2003 to 2009.
Cristiano Ronaldo wants to be part of Manchester United coaching
During that time Ronaldo won the Champions League, three Premier League titles, the FA Cup and two League Cups.
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recently stated that he feels Ronaldo could continue playing until he’s 40 years old.
‘I wouldn’t be surprised if he still played when he was 40, not at all, because of the way he looks after himself.
‘That’s the key to it – and of course some genes. There must be some genes as well, some DNA in there. +5
‘He has put every single ounce of energy and effort into becoming the player he is and has been, so he deserves every single little plaudit that he gets for his physical state.
‘What’s more impressive is when you have achieved as much as he has. He’s still as hungry. His mentality is still absolutely spot-on and that’s a desire from inside. That he’s going to keep going until his head says, “no, I’ve given everything now”.
‘Hopefully it will last a few more years. Linford Christie (who won the Olympic 100m aged 32 in 1992) was quite an age when he won his gold as well, so age is never a problem.’