Cristiano Ronaldo was crowned the winner of The Best FIFA Men’s Player Award on Monday.
The trophy is the highest individual player award in the world of football and it just adds to his overflowing trophy cabinet.
The Portuguese has won it all as a player throughout his record-breaking career and the history books would definitely remember him kindly.
At 31-years, Ronaldo may not have that much time on the field again, but with his training methods we bet he could still playing at the highest level in the next five years.
What next after retirement?
While retirement is of no immediate concern to the player, fans or club, that day would definitely come.
Ronaldo earn’s like royalty and has said he intends to continue living like one long after retirement.
It’s no wonder he has made some good investment in just about anything you can thing of- hotels, cloths, shoes perfumes, and that life-time deal with Nike… to name a few.
With apparently no pressure, Ronaldo has hinted he would like to keep away from the field after retirement.
Even though he knows the future isn’t certain, he told FIFA.com he doesn’t intend to be a coach after retirement.
When talking about Portugal Euro 2016 final victory, he was asked about the possibility of a future by the touchline.
“Very difficult…never say never. I don’t know what will happen in the future but in this moment I don’t see myself becoming a coach.”