The superstar, known for his vanity as much as his footballing prowess, says he would consider swapping the pitch for Hollywood's acting sets at the end of his career
The Portuguese starred in his own documentary late last year, simply titled 'Ronaldo', and he says he would consider following in the illustrious footsteps of the likes of Eric Cantona and Vinnie Jones by swapping the pitch for the acting sets of Hollywood.
"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," he told Sacoor Brothers.
"Why not? It's not my goal at the moment, but I have had some invitations.
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"Do not close the doors because it is an area which I like."
Ronaldo, at 31, has scored 34 goals in 32 appearances in all competitions thus far this season and is refusing to put any limits on how long he can continue to play.
"I feel good, I feel young, so I want to continue," he added.
"I do not put goals as a football player, only the body will tell and the mind also. I want to enjoy and win more at the collective level and individual level."