“I want to be in the World Cup and at Euros”, says Ronaldo

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s World Cup career appears to be far from over. The 37-year-old Portugal star has stated that he will not retire from international football after the tournament in Qatar in December, and that he intends to compete in the 2024 European Championship.

“I’m still motivated. My ambition is really high,” Ronaldo said at an event late Tuesday after being acknowledged for his scoring feats by the Portuguese soccer federation. “I’m a member of a national team with a lot of young people.” I’m in a national team with a lot of youngsters. I want to be in the World Cup and at Euros. I want to make that commitment now.”

When asked if the World Cup in Qatar would be his final, Ronaldo dismissed retirement talk earlier this year. The forward has struggled at Manchester United and has not been a consistent starter. With 117 international goals, Ronaldo will enter the World Cup as the male scoring leader.

He is getting ready for Portugal’s Nations League games against Spain at home and against the Czech Republic on Saturday. Portugal, the winner of the Nations League’s inaugural season in 2019, is one point behind Spain going into the final two games. The Final Four will only consist of group winners.

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