Ronaldo has once again stated his desire to stay at Real Madrid for the rest of his career.
Ronaldo jokingly added that he would spend atleast fifteen more years at the Bernabeu before retiring.
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“I’m going to retire at Real Madrid,” Ronaldo emphatically declared in an interview with the Jugones programme on Spanish network laSexta.
“In 15 years’s time, minimum,” he added, laughing.
Ronaldo’s current contract ends in 2018, and there are rumors floating around that Real will offer the Portugese superstar an extension this summer.
“We’ll see if we renew at the end of the season,” Ronaldo said about the possibility of sigining a new contract.
Though Paris Saint Germain are being heavily linked with the star forward and they are expected to make a mammoth bid for him this summer.
“It would be a smart move for Real Madrid if I renewed. I want to stay here. There have been good moments and some bad moments – four years ago I was not happy. Now I’m happy and feel myself. I see no other club better than Real Madrid, other clubs can forget it.” he added when questioned about his reported unhappiness four years back.
Ronaldo is gearing up for his fourth Champions League final and will be looking to recover from the minor injury sustained during training.
The 2016 UCL final in Milan will be a replay of the 2014 Lisbon final, and Ronaldo will be hoping the results remain the same too.