Cristiano Ronaldo insists he only wants to play for Real Madrid, predicts retirement at 41 and says it would be ‘smart’ of the club to extend his contract.
The forward appeared on La Sexta’s Jugones and admitted he was unhappy at Santiago Bernabeu in 2012 but dismissed continued links to Paris Saint-Germain.
“I think I will [stay at Madrid]. Retire? Within 15 years. I’ll quit at about 41 or so. Renewal? Who said that? It’d be better if it was Florentino Perez. It would be smart of Madrid. If you were the President would you renew my contract? Of course I want to stay,” Ronaldo confirmed, AS reports.
“There have been good times and bad times. That’s life. Four years ago I wasn’t happy because things happened I didn’t like. Now I’m happy and I want to continue because I don’t see any club better than Madrid. If you put everything in balance, there’s nothing better. Forget PSG? Forget everyone. Madrid is the best.”