Football fans around the world could be about to witness a very important season in the career of Cristiano Ronaldo, who is challenging himself to win 10 titles in one year.
With seven trophies up for grabs, as well as three individual prizes, the Real Madrid forward is targeting what would be a historic haul.
In terms of individual honours, Ronaldo already seems to have two of them in the bag, with it widely predicted that he’ll be the one collecting FIFA’s ‘The Best’ award, as well as a fifth Ballon d’Or.
The third is more difficult, as he is already 11 goals behind Lionel Messi in the race for the European Golden Shoe.
As for team titles, Real Madrid are currently chasing a sextuple and already have two of those six trophies ticked off, the UEFA Super Cup and the Supercopa de Espana.
The Club World Cup is next on the list and Los Blancos hope to follow that up with a retaining of their LaLiga and Champions League honours, as well as adding the Copa del Rey.
At international level, the qualification of Portugal for the 2018 World Cup in Russia means that Ronaldo will also aim to finish the 2017/18 season off by collecting football’s most-sought-after prize.
If he does, and if he wins all of the other aforementioned titles, then this season will end with his list of honours having increased by double figures.