'Ronaldo Has Asked Me About China'

'Ronaldo Has Asked Me About China'

Javier Howell
March 22, 2018

When asked about Ronaldo's interest in China earlier this week, Scolari told Brazilian TV station Esporte Interativo: "He has asked me a couple of times what life in China is like, Cristiano Ronaldo".

"Yes, he has asked me a couple of times what it is like to live in China", Scolari said.

Cristiano Ronaldo says that winning the Portuguese player of 2017 award is another illustration that he is "the best". I gave him all the details. And we also have to understand that China is China for different players. Then I told him what I always say: "Whoever has this opportunity has to go to China". Despite being at the age of 33, he has no sign of slowing down.

He netted 42 goals in 46 games in all competitions in 2016-17, while he has 37 in 35 so far this season.

Ronaldo impressed in the first season in English football, playing an instrumental role in United clinching the FA Cup in the 2003/04 campaign.

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The reigning Ballon d'Or holder's post, after translation, reads as: "Don't try to erase the attractive moment I'm living with fake news!" I wanted to do everything in the 10 minutes I had.

The Real Madrid star made the comments as he accepted the Portuguese Player of the Year award in Lisbon.

"I think I'm at the sweetest moment with the most confidence since I came to Madrid, contributing to the team and getting good results", the 26-year-old told Onda Cero .

Even at an advanced age, he may well be able to pick up a much higher salary in the CSL than he would by remaining in Europe.

Any such move is likely to be some way off, though, as it's clear Ronaldo still has much to contribute at the top level.