Former Real Madrid superstar and current Al Nassr captain, Cristiano Ronaldo, has faced criticism in Saudi Arabia over his performance. Fans and media experts have raised questions about whether Ronaldo will conclude his career with Al Nassr, suggesting he may be too old for another club.
The 38-year-old Portuguese icon, however, has dismissed such claims, emphasizing his enduring strength for football. He vows to continue playing until his legs dictate otherwise. Ronaldo also expressed his passion for scoring goals, winning matches, and relishing the impact he has on the global sports arena.
Cristiano Ronaldo, the captain of Al Nassr, engaged in a conversation with Saudi broadcaster SCC he said: “I still love football. Even with my age, I still love to play, to score goals, to win games. And I will continue until legs say, ‘Cristiano is finished’. “But until now, I feel good, I still help the team. But for me tonight, the most important is we won the game, and we are top of the table now.”
Ronaldo has began to make his mark in the Saudi Arabia Pro League as one of its standout players, following a remarkable performance where he netted two goals against Al Ahli SC.