Speaking about Cristiano Ronaldo’s situation at Man United, Frank Leboeuf told ESPN: “Do you know what? I think there is a time where you have to think, ‘what do I do with my life and my career?’
“And maybe it’s time for Cristiano Ronaldo at the end of his career to wonder and have a discussion with himself, and maybe some of his family, to know what he has to do for the rest of his career if there is a future in his career.
“I don’t want to watch Ronaldo and have pity because he’s been on the top for so many years. I don’t want him to be a normal player. He’s been an exceptional player for so long.”
“I’d prefer him to give up his career at the top instead of maybe trying and play for two or three more years and not being the player that he used to be.”
Ronaldo stated in a recent interview that he plans to play for another 4-5 years and is hungry to win even more trophies before the end of his career.
The Portuguese forward is looking to help the Red Devils end their trophy drought, but needs to produce something extraordinary to help them win the Champions League this season.