Cristiano Ronaldo wants to end his career at Real Madrid says ‘I can play until 40’

Cristiano Ronaldo retreat his desire to retire at Real Madrid and Portuguese star wants to play for five or six more years.

The Real Madrid star has been linked with a move away from the Santiago Bernabéu, with Ronaldo’s former club Manchester United and French Champions Paris Saint-Germain are planning to sign him in next summer transfer window.

Cristiano Ronaldo, spent six years at Old Trafford before making his Switch to Real Madrid in transfer fee of £80million in 2009.

Real Madrid’s acquisition of Gareth Bale in World record fee from the Tottenham in 2013 and the sacking of Carlo Ancelotti in last summer has unsettled Cristiano Ronaldo and was willing to consider his future, as per news reports.  Cristiano Ronaldo is not enjoying a healthy relationship with Gareth Bale, and reacted in bizarre fashion when Bale scored on rebound back in March. It’s also rumoured that Cristiano Ronaldo is not entirely convinced with the appointment of former Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez, who considered Wales International Gareth Bale centered to his plan and according to the news coming from the Spain that Cristiano Ronaldo is not happy with the training methods of the current Real Madrid boss.

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But, speaking to the media after winning the European Golden Shoe award yesterday, Cristiano Ronaldo revealed that he wants to retire at Real Madrid ending speculation regarding his future.

Cristiano Ronaldo wants to end his career at Real Madrid

Ronaldo said “My dream is to retire at Real Madrid, I have contract with the club until I am 33.

” I feel useful here, and I am settled at the club and I want to stay here. I want to win more and I am at the best club in the world. We want to win the Champions League, the League and Cup – everything. We have to win silverware every season.

Cristiano Ronaldo further said “I want to win more, I want to play for next five six years and I want to do right things and will try to maintain level of the performance of recent seasons.”