â€śIt would have been difficult for me to go to university,â€ť Totti explained. â€śI have always said that if I had not made it as a footballer, I would have chosen a job for which I didnâ€™t need a degree.
â€śAnyway, sport has always impassioned me, therefore I would be interested in a course in sports science.
â€śIn general, I have always found humanities, history and literature come to me easier. I have a lot of difficulty with scientific studies like maths.
â€śThe relationship I had with my teachers was always good,â€ť Totti said. â€śThere was always respect on my part.
â€śI like to cultivate other interests, but it is too soon to say what I will do well in. I now see myself more and more in the world of football, hopefully as a director figure.â€ť
Totti then revealed what he likes to do in his spare time and spoke of his wife, the Italian showgirl, Ilary Blasi.
â€śI like the cinema a lot. Watching a film on a big screen is, in my opinion, one of the best ways to spend an evening.
â€śMy wifeâ€™s profession has undoubtedly changed my relationship with the television. I watch it more and happily assist Ilary with her transmissions.â€ť