"Barcelona isn't for me. I've been there once or twice I got the impression they didn't like Cristiano that much. That's normal though because we were rivals. It isn't a problem," is how Cristiano Ronaldo responded to a question about whether he could see himself living in Barcelona in the future.
In an interview with 'ICON' magazine the Portuguese star, now at Juventus, is happy in Turin and believes he has adapted well to his new surroundings. "When I came they said I was past it. It's Cristiano and he is what he is because he looks after himself. One thing is talking, another is doing it. Why have I won five Ballon d'Ors and five Champions Leagues?"
Cristiano admits that he sometimes gets frustrated by people demanding more from him despite his incredible goal return. "You have to understand that there are people waiting for Cris to miss a penalty or fail in a crucial match. But that is part of life and you have to be prepared for that. I've been preparing myself for a long time now."
Surprisingly Cristiano didn't rule out a possible career as a coach in the future. "I wouldn't rule it out." Although he's constantly insisted he could play until he was 40 so it might be a while yet.