Real Madrid's Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo walks on the pitch during the Spanish league football match Real Madrid CF vs Real Sociedad de Futbol at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on December 30, 2015. AFP PHOTO/ CESAR MANSO
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World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo has claimed he will "live like a king" once his playing career comes to an end, but has ruled out a move into coaching when he hangs up his boots.Real Madrid's all-time leading scorer is in action Sunday as Los Blancos look to move level with eternal rivals Barcelona in the La Liga title race at Valencia.However, in a wide-ranging interview with Spanish newspaper El Mundo, he admitted football doesn't always captivate his interest.Ronaldo is the world's third highest paid athlete according to American business magazine Forbes with an annual income just shy of $80 million dollars.Despite admitting to making mistakes, Ronaldo believes it is his confidence that has molded his talents into a three-time World Player of the Year.
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