Frank Leboeuf, the former world champion with France, believes that the Portuguese player should be asking questions about the end of his career.

Manchester United couldn’t do better than losing 0-0 to Watford yesterday. Despite many opportunities, the Red Devils were unable to find the conquest and settled on the split. Cristiano Ronaldo played remarkably in this match, losing great chances, sometimes seeming helpless in the face of the incompetence of his teammates.

For former world champion Frank Leboeuf, this Portuguese should be forced to ask himself some questions about his future in football. “I think at some point you have to ask yourself: “What am I doing with my life, my profession?” Perhaps it is time for Cristiano Ronaldo to ask himself this question, to have a discussion with himself and perhaps with his family.” The Frenchman told ESPN. “I don’t want to look at Ronaldo and feel sorry for him, because he’s been at the top for so long… I don’t want him to be a regular player, I’d rather stop at the top than try. To play two or three years without him being the player.”

The Portuguese recently mentioned this retirement, but confirmed his intention to continue for a few more years. Cristiano Ronaldo is 37 years old.