Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is not looking to leave the club anytime soon. The Portuguese sensation will at least stay with the Los Blancos until the end of his contract in 2018.
However, the 31-year-old forward has been continuously linked with his former club and English Premier League (EPL) giant Manchester United as well as French outfit Paris Saint-Germain.
“I want to stay here (Real Madrid) two more years. The two years I’m talking about take me to the end of my contract” Cristiano said, as reported by AS.
Although, the three-time Ballon D’Or winner did not rule out a move in the future.
“And the future, we’ll see.” Cristiano added.
The all-time high Real Madrid goal scorer attended an event where he collected his Pichichi trophy, which he won for being the highest scorer of La Liga last season with 48 goals.
Cristiano also added that La Liga is the best league in the world, keeping in mind his time in the Premier League.
“It’s fantastic, competitive, and with great players. It is a privilege to leave my mark on it.” Cristiano added.
The Real Madrid talisman stressed on the support of fans and mentioned that all the players are willing to give everything to win the Champions League.
He dedicated his Pichichi trophies to everyone at Madrid.
Meanwhile, Cristiano noted that the 2022 Qatar World Cup is likely to be his last international tournament,
The Real Madrid No. 7 has scored 30 goals in all competitions so far. However most of his goals have come against weaker opposition and the Portuguese star has been criticized because of that. He has not scored against the likes of PSG in the Champions League or any top six teams of the La Liga.
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