Monday, January 7, 2013

Ronaldo set to begin advertising studies in London

36-year-old World Cup winner and former-Brazil striker Ronaldo is moving to Britain to become a student. According to Brazil's Veja magazine, the Brazilian legend will be heading to London next month as he plans on studying advertising. 
The former Inter Milan and Real Madrid striker suffered several injuries shortly after he made his return to his homeland club Corinthians. Ronaldo who holds the record for the most goals in World Cup Finals quit football in 2011; he currently has a place on the organizing committees for the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics.
Ronaldo will stay for at least two years and take up a work placement with London-based communications company WPP, under the guidance of Sir Martin Sorrell.