Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed that his greatest fear is dying young.
The 30-year-old says family is all that matters to him and that he would spend time with his son than do any other thing in the world.
Ronaldo said further that he was determined to live a long and happy life sorrounded by those he loves and football ofcourse.
My greatest fear is dying young,” the three-time Ballon d’Or winner told Libero. “I don’t want to die young.
“I want to die an old man, at 80 or 90 years old.
“I try to do normal things with my family, my friends, my son. I try to be as normal as possible. My favourite pastime is playing with my son.
“The people around me, they always spur me on. They are a source of good vibes and positive energy and that’s the most important thing for me.
“I try to enjoy the moment. I like playing football and I want the fans to enjoy it as much as I do.”
“My goal is to try to always be the best, year in, year out, and training hard to push myself to the max,” he added.
“I’ve always tried to do that and in the last eight, nine or 10 years I think it has worked pretty well for me, so I’ll try to go on doing the same.”