Cristiano Ronaldo declares: "I'm the boss" ahead of Portugal's match against North Macedonia
Cristiano Ronaldo has stated that he is in charge and that he will decide his football destiny.
When asked about his retirement, the Portugal international seemed upbeat, especially if his team fails to qualify for this year's World Cup in Qatar.
Ronaldo, 37, and his star-studded Portuguese national side are gearing up for a crucial World Cup qualifier against North Macedonia on Tuesday.
If Ronaldo and Portugal defeat Northern Macedonia, the Manchester United striker will become only the fourth man in history to play in five World Cups.
During his Monday press conference, Ronaldo was asked if he would retire if calamity struck and Portugal was defeated by North Macedonia.
"I am the one who will decide my future; if I feel like playing more, I will." "I'm the boss, period," he declared.
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