Ronaldo eyes Euro 2024, shuts down retirement talks

Cristiano Ronaldo intends to continue with Portugal until Euro 2024, shutting down any notion that this year’s World Cup could be his last major international tournament.

The veteran attacker has struggled for form this season at the club level with Manchester United FC, dropped by Erik ten Hag and mostly kept on the sidelines by a positive upturn in results.

But his place in Fernando Santos’ Portugal squad has never been in doubt, with the 37-year-old leading his country in their Nations League matches with the Czech Republic and Spain this week.

Speaking at the Quinas de Ouro awards, where he was feted, Ronaldo revealed his ambitions to remain with the national team for another major tournament cycle, taking him through to the age of 39.

“I hope to be a part of the national team for a few more years. I still have the motivation, and my ambition is high,” he stated. “My path here is not over. We have many quality youngsters. I will be at the…

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