Just two days after their shocking elimination from the 2022 World Cup, Portugal’s captain, Cristiano Ronaldo, wrote a mysterious statement on Instagram on Monday.
Ronaldo came off the bench to enter the game midway through Portugal’s defeat to Morocco.
The 37-year-old has now revealed his “three elements of reality” in a post on Monday night, with his domestic career still in limbo.
The photograph is from Jonah Hill’s Stutz, a recent Netflix documentary. It centers on American life-improving psychotherapist Phil Stutz.
The star forward had written a lengthy letter to his supporters on the same platform the day before, speaking of his loyalty to Portugal.
After claims that Ronaldo was willing to leave the national team camp during the World Cup, there had been doubts about his dedication.
Ronaldo persisted despite his team losing in the quarterfinals, though.
Goncalo Ramos, a budding star for Benfica, ultimately beat him out for the starting position.
Ronaldo, who left Manchester United in the middle of the World Cup, has yet to reveal which domestic club he will play for.
At Old Trafford, the 37-year-contract old’s was terminated by mutual consent after his shocking interview with Piers Morgan.
After his team’s shocking loss, the Portugal forward was seen crying as he made his way down the tunnel.
Given that Ronaldo has never been able to secure a World Cup victory, it is likely to be his final appearance.