Former FIFA World Player of the Year and Ballon d'Or winner
Ronaldo has stated that he is not looking for a move back to Europe after
his successful stint with Corinthians.
Instead, the striker has revealed he is intending to end his career with the
Sao Paulo outfit, and he hopes to continue in an ambassadorial role for the
club once he has hung up his boots.
"I have already said that I will stay," Ronaldo is quoted as saying by AS.
"I just need to finalise the details of my contract. I am a Corinthians man
and I will end my career here.
"I will be an eternal member of Corinthians. I will be collaborating with
the club for many years to come, perhaps as an ambassador. We will think of
something in that direction."
Ronaldo is now focussing on forcing his way back into the Brazilian national
team. The former PSV, Barcelona, Inter, Real Madrid and Milan striker is
already the World Cup's highest ever goalscorer, and he is desperate for a
place in the Selecao squad in South Africa.