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2dAdriana Garcia

Ronaldo: Playing in Euros at age 39 'a gift'

Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo has called the national team "the love of his life" and considers it "a gift" to still be playing at the highest level aged 39.

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7dAdriana Garcia

Coach: Ronaldo contribution for Portugal unique

Portugal coach Roberto Martínez has underlined the importance of Cristiano Ronaldo to the national team by describing the veteran forward as unique in what he brings to the locker room.

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Ronaldo: Record Saudi season 'one of the best'

Cristiano Ronaldo called his first full season in the Saudi Pro League "one of the best" of his career after receiving the award on Monday for scoring the most goals in the league -- a record-breaking 35.

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Sources: Hierro set to join Ronaldo at Al Nassr

Chivas announced on Wednesday that sporting director Fernando Hierro is leaving the Liga MX club, with sources telling ESPN that he is set to join Saudi Arabia's Al Nassr.

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Ronaldo's $260m tops Forbes highest-paid list

Cristiano Ronaldo topped Forbes' list of highest-paid athletes for the fourth time in his career, and Spanish golfer Jon Rahm moved up to second after his sensational switch to Saudi-backed LIV Golf.

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29dAdriana Garcia

Ronaldo, 39, wants to to defy age, continue career

Cristiano Ronaldo has said he has no plans of slowing down at the age of 39 and added that he is motivated to carry on competing with the "young lions" that are coming through in the game.