Wesley Sneijder insists that he might have become as great a player as Cristiano Ronaldo or even Lionel Messi.
However, That the Netherlands legend admits that he”did not feel” like creating the sacrifices that the two superstars were made as a way to dominate the match for the previous ten years.
Nonetheless, Sneijder enjoyed a career for country and club. He had been a critical figure in the historical team of Inter Milan in the 2009/10 year and scored 31 goals.
The prior attacking midfielder also won honours with Ajax, Real Madrid and Galatasaray before hanging his boots up last year following a year with unwanted Qatari Al-Gharafa.
Sneijder asserts his profession could have plagued him when he hadn’t enjoyed a glass of wine with 13, to superstardom.
“I might have gotten like Messi or Ronaldo. I just did not feel like it,” he told German socket Gianluca DiMarzio.
“And that is ok with me, my livelihood, however, was terrific.
Sneijder After Inter’s Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League triumphs when he helped guide his country to the World Cup Was arguably at the peak of his skill at 2010.
Though the Andres Iniesta’s winner sank the Netherlands at the closing, that season, Sneijder picked up the Silver Ball for the championship and went on to finish fourth at the Ballon d’Or – although many think that he must have obtained more votes.
Sneijder verified he could take on a management project in the long run and took up a job with FC Utrecht last season after retiring.
“In the past couple of months I have begun working together with young people, I like helping them in their expansion,” he explained.
“In Life in soccer, but what’s possible. Executive, Coach. Anything could happen. Can I retire? Yes. At least for now!”