Manchester United and Portugal superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo, is keen to represent Portugal until the 2026 World Cup, when he will be 41 years old.
Ronaldo has had an outstanding international career in Portugal with the team, winning Euro 2016 and becoming the Portugal’s all-time top international scorer.
According to a recent SunSport report, he’s looking forward to competing in the 2026 event to be held within Canada, United States, and Mexico.
Ronaldo and his rival Lionel Messi will compete in their fifth World Cup next year in Qatar.
They will join German famous Lothar Matthaus as well as Mexican pair Rafael Marquez and Antonio Carbajal to do so.
If Ronaldo will be able to participate in the 2026 World Cup, he will be adding to the record-breaking list of records set through the previous Juventus as well as Real Madrid superstar.