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Real Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo Reveals Possible Retirement Plans

Cristiano Ronaldo is considering making the transition from pitch to dugout when the Real Madrid forward eventually retires. While the Portuguese superstar still has plenty of time left in his playing career, he will turn 32 in February and may be entering a transition period at the Bernabeu. An injury sustained in the Euro 2016 final saw Ronaldo sidelined at the start of the season, and he fell out with manager Zinedine Zidane last weekend after being substituted against Las Palmas.
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