Despite turning 37 years old this year, Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo continues to perform at the highest level and shows no signs of slowing down after scoring 22 goals this season.
However, following worries over his future at Manchester United and his career in general, one of his former colleagues has given the Portuguese international a timescale for how long he can keep performing at the highest level.
In other news, Erik ten Hag is scheduled to have his players vote for a new captain for the club ahead of his first season in command next season, with the Dutchman expected to take over in June.
The 37-year-old made a stunning return to Old Trafford from Juventus last summer, and despite his advanced years, he has continued to shine, scoring 22 goals in all competitions since his emotional reunion with the Red Devils.
There have been concerns about how long he can keep putting on such incredible shows, especially as he approaches retirement.
His former Portugal colleague Adrien Silva, on the other hand, has suggested that the forward may play at the highest level until 2027.
“Even if he begins playing less games, he’ll still be scoring,” he remarked in an interview with Goal. So, I believe he might still play at the top for another four or five years, which is incredible.”