“I’ve been playing at the highest level for 18 years, and it doesn’t concern me at the moment,” Ronaldo said in a press conference on Monday.
“If I was 18 or 19, I probably wouldn’t have been able to sleep because of it.”
The player, nicknamed the Madeira missile, stressed, “Now I’m 36 years old, I’m thinking about it now, I hope that anything that happens will be for the better.”
And he added, “Regardless of staying at Juventus or moving, the most important thing now is the euro, this is my fifth championship, but I feel it is the first.”
“I want us to start the tournament distinctly and to be at our level from the first meeting to the last,” Ronaldo concluded.
The defending champion Portugal is in Group F, or as it is called, the Group of Death, along with Germany, France and Hungary.
Portugal will start their campaign tomorrow, Tuesday, with Hungary in the first round in Puskas Arena.