Portugal and Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo might be the next super star in a feature film anytime soon.
The 31-year-old who has insisted he would not be getting into coaching or football management when he eventually retires from the game that has brought him immense fame fortune, maintaining that he would like his break from the game to be total.
In an interview with Portuguese fashion magazine, Sacoor Brothers, CR7 has hinted that he may likely go into acting when he hangs his boots.
Ronaldo who has recently starred in his own documentary movie said:
“I would like to learn being surrounded by good actors because only then will I learn since it is an area I do not control because it has nothing to do with football.
“Why not? It’s not my goal at the moment, but I have had some invitations.
“Do not close the doors because it is an area which I like.”
But he said he still has much more to offer to the beautiful game on the pitch, declaring
“I feel good, I feel young, so I want to continue.”
Other footballers who have featured in films after their retirement include Manchester United legends, Eric Cantona and David Beckham and former Wimbledon FC defender, Vinnie Jones.
Last year, Beckham was widely touted to play the next James Bond in the 007 franchise, a role he said he had no interest in.