Cristiano Ronaldo reveals his retirement age

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With 2022 marking 20 years since Ronaldo made his professional debut for Sporting Lisbon aged just 17-year-old, the Portuguese star has discussed when he plans on ending his trophy-laden footballer career.

Already in the twilight of his stellar career, Ronaldo, 36, was asked whether he can see a limit to his lengthy career, and the five-time Ballon d'Or winner declared that it would not be anytime soon.

Scroll through the gallery to see the five oldest
Scroll through the gallery to see the five oldest footballers who have featured in the Premier League this season
5. Fernandinho (Manchester City) - 36 years and si
5. Fernandinho (Manchester City) - 36 years and six months
4. Lukasz Fabianski (West Ham United) - 36 years a
4. Lukasz Fabianski (West Ham United) - 36 years and seven months
3. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) - 36 year
3. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) - 36 years and nine months
2. Thiago Silva (Chelsea) - 37 years and two month
2. Thiago Silva (Chelsea) - 37 years and two months
1. Ben Foster (Watford) - 38 years and seven month
1. Ben Foster (Watford) - 38 years and seven months

10. Teddy Sheringham  – retired at 42
10. Teddy Sheringham – retired at 42
9. Rivaldo - retired at 43
9. Rivaldo - retired at 43
8. Faryd Mondragon  – retired at 43
8. Faryd Mondragon – retired at 43
7. Marco Ballotta - retired at 43
7. Marco Ballotta - retired at 43
6. Aleksandar Duric - retired at 44
6. Aleksandar Duric - retired at 44
 5. Andrea Pierobon – retired at 46
5. Andrea Pierobon – retired at 46
4. John Burridge – retired at 46
4. John Burridge – retired at 46
3. Essam El-Hadary – retired at 47
3. Essam El-Hadary – retired at 47
2. Stanley Matthews - retired at 50
2. Stanley Matthews - retired at 50
1. Kazuyoshi Miura  – Still playing at the age of
1. Kazuyoshi Miura – Still playing at the age of 53