“I’m the one in charge, full stop” – Manchester United star says only he will decide his future

With Portugal ready to play North Macedonia in a game that would determine whether they play in the 2022 World Cup or not, Cristiano Ronaldo is certainly under a lot of pressure.


The Manchester United player, who has already competed in the competition four times, may now have his final opportunity to represent his country there. Or perhaps not.


Cristiano Ronaldo was questioned by Record today if this would be his final World Cup. The Red Devils’ forward claims that this decision has not yet been made, and he is unconcerned about what others think about it.


“I’m beginning to notice that many of you are asking the same question. Nobody else will decide my future but for myself. If I feel like playing additional games, I do; if I don’t, I don’t. “I’m the boss, end of the story.”


Ronaldo, who will captain Portugal tomorrow, has also begged for the support of the country’s fans.


“It’s also a game of life for us.” I’m already reaching out to the Portuguese people. I appreciate the show of unwavering support, and my request for tomorrow is the same. When I went to bed yesterday, I thought to myself, “I’d like the anthem to begin and the music to be turned off, and if we all sung without music.” I’m confident that if they play like they did on Thursday, we’ll win the game.”


Cristiano Ronaldo, like the clubs he played for, has a great record for Portugal, with 115 goals scored in 185 matches, and is their main reference for Tuesday’s important encounter.


He hasn’t scored in three games in the current World Cup qualifiers, with his last goal coming in a hat-trick against Luxembourg in October 2021.


Manchester United supporters will be hoping he can find the back of the net and improve his form ahead of his return to the club.

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