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3 new records that Cristiano Ronaldo could set as soon as the 2022-23 season begins

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Cristiano Ronaldo has a number of records to his name. Some of the most notable being the highest goalscorer in football history, the top scorer and Champions League history and many more.

However, even at 37, the Portuguese is hungry for more and it seems there is nothing that will stop him from getting what he wants. What’s even better is that Cristiano isn’t that far from breaking a few more records as he prepared for the new season with Manchester United.

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The 3 records Cristiano Ronaldo could set as soon as the new season begins

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One of the most important and probably the most important records that Cristiano Ronaldo could set is becoming the first player ever to reach 700 club goals. The 37-year-old is just 2 shy of having scored 700 times in his career, something he will aim to accomplish as soon as possible.

Another important club record that Ronaldo is about to set is to become the first player ever to reach 500 league goals in his career. Spread over Premier League, Serie A, La Liga and Premier Liga, Ronaldo is just 3 goals away from making it to 500 league goals in his career.

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Lastly, Cristiano Ronaldo could also become the first player ever to score 100 international goals in official international games for Portugal. The player is already the highest-scoring player in international football and this would add another feather to his cap. Portugal’s international games in September will be very crucial for Ronaldo to reach this milestone.

Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably the best player ever in football history. Even at 37, Ronaldo has the pace, physique and quality to compete at the highest level and become a serial winner when his team needs him most.

Manchester United and Eric ten Hag will be hoping that Cristiano Ronaldo doesn’t leave them this summer as they are hugely dependent in the Portuguese for their goals.

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