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Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed that he is considering going into football management.
The three-time Balon D'or winner is still scoring goals and smashing records at the age of 31, even if his best years may well be behind him.
Ronaldo says becoming a manager is a recurring thought in his mind and though he still has things to accomplish in his playing career, he might change his mind in the future.
Speaking to World Soccer, he said:
"I think a lot about it. At the moment I just want to focus on my football, my passion. Nobody knows that the future holds. In five, six, seven years I might change my mind and become a manager."
Ronaldo already has a cameo managerial appearance to his name; he was forced off injured in the Euro 2016 final but spent the rest of the game gesticulating on the bench as Portugal clinched the win in extra time through substitute Eder.
Some will already be able to picture Ronaldo in his suave three-piece suit on the touchline. Can you see Ronaldo going into management? Let us know in the comments.