“I’m in a moment of my life that I’m settled,” Cristiano Ronaldo told Sky Sports when asked about his plans for the future.
“For me, it’s another step in my career. It’s good. Family is happy, kids are happy, I’m happy, and I want to carry on like that.
“Genetically I feel like I’m … not going to say 25 because I’d be exaggerating. But around 30 years old. I take great care of my body and my mind.”
“I’m happy, I want to stay here and see what will happen. I want to find out if I’m going to play until I’m 40, 41, or 42, but the most important thing is that my daily goal is to enjoy the moment.”
Cristiano Ronaldo turns 37 years old next month, but he’s still more than able to be Man United’s chief goalscorer.
This season, the Portuguese has already scored 14 goals in 21 games across all competitions, including six goals in five Champions League appearances.