“One year and it's over!”

During her visit to Paris Fashion Week, Georgina Rodriguez, companion of soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, surprised with a surprising revelation about the future of the famous Portuguese player. His statements, recorded on video behind the scenes of the event, caused a sensation.

Georgina Rodriguez at Paris Fashion Week yesterday:

“Cristiano 🇵🇹 one more year, then it's over. Maybe two, I don't know. » 😢

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At the age of 39, Cristiano Ronaldo continues to play for Saudi Arabia's Al-Nassr club, with his current contract running until the summer of 2025. However, his partner's statements could signal an imminent end to his career for the former Real Madrid idol.

Georgina, 30, also a model, paraded at the event wearing a dress inspired by Ronaldo's shirt during his time at Manchester United between 2003 and 2009, as well as during the 2021-22 season. Review:

At Paris Fashion Week, Georgina Rodriguez paraded for the brand Vetements wearing a swimsuit dress on behalf of her companion, Cristiano Ronaldo. 👗🗼 pic.twitter.com/qYiJ9mHJMF

— Actu Foot (@ActuFoot_) March 1, 2024

Cristiano Ronaldo: “One year and it's over!”

But what really caught the eye was a behind-the-scenes video showing CR7's companion talking to another model. Then she blurted out, “Cristiano's future? Ah, it's been a year and it's over!”, before realizing the presence of the camera and adding, “Maybe two, I don't know…”, leaving a certain mystery.

This surprising announcement did not fail to cause a wave of shock among fans of Cristiano Ronaldo, but also among all football fans in general. However, it should be noted that Ronaldo's retirement is not so soon. Portugal's all-time top scorer continues to shine in the Saudi Pro League with an impressive tally of 22 goals in 20 games. He will be eagerly awaited this summer during Euro 2024, which could be his last major international competition.

Ronaldo's retirement – Georgina's words in the video:

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