Cristiano Ronaldo has all but dedicated his future and the while of his playing career to Real Madrid, as the forward dreams of retiring at the club.
Recently, Ronaldo dethroned Raul as Real Madrid’s highest goal scorer, after his UCL brace against Malmo took him to 323 goals.
Speculations were abound that this means Ronaldo felt his work at Madrid was done and could head back to United or join Paris Saint-Germain.
But the 30-year-old Portuguese forward doesn’t harbor such thoughts and sees himself retiring at the Bernabeu.
“My dream is to retire at Real Madrid,” he told Marca. “If you take care of yourself, you can play until you are 40.
“I want to continue for five or six more years. I plan to continue [with the same] games and goals average.
“I feel good and useful at Madrid, I want to keep winning here.”