Monday, 8 February 2016

Cristiano Ronaldo hints he could leave Real Madrid in 2018 once contract runs out

Cristiano Ronaldo has hinted he could leave Real Madrid when his contract expires in two years.

The Portuguese has been linked with moves to Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United, and has been speaking about his future.
On the move? Ronaldo has hinted he could leave Real in two years
On the move? Ronaldo has hinted he could leave Real in two years
Ronaldo's current deal runs out in the summer of 2018, with speculation he could call time on his stay at the Bernabeu before that point.

However, he insists he is happy to stay in the Spanish capital until then, before reassessing where his future lies.
"I want to stay here for two more years, and then we'll see about the future. That's the contract that I've got," he said at the Marca awards ceremony, where he was collecting the Pichichi Trophy as the top scorer in La Liga last season.

"Now what I have to do is try to win trophies and the Champions League once again.

"I've spent seven years in Spain and for me La Liga is the best in the world.

"I also spent six years in England, in Manchester, and this league is wonderful, very competitive, with great players and, for me, it's a privilege to be here and to leave my mark, which has been very good."

Ronaldo has gone on to cement his name among the top footballers of all time since moving to Los Blancos in 2009, scoring 343 goals in 329 appearances for the club.

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