The Portugal forward has spoken to AS while on holiday in Ibiza prior to Euro 2016 and said he can only see his future in the capital.
“I’m super happy to have won La Undecima and now I’m thinking about the Euros. We want to give great joy to Portugal by winning it, which is something the Portuguese people deserve,” Ronaldo said.
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“I’m going to retire at Madrid when I’m over 40. I’m very happy here and I work hard to achieve that.”
Ronaldo also praised new Porto Coach Nuno Espirito Santo, formerly of Valencia, saying the ex-goalkeeper is ‘a great Coach [who did] an extraordinary job’ at Mestalla.
Ronaldo continues to break all records that have ever gone before him and though his body will inevitably slow down, it is a frightening thought to consider what his final numbers will be if he plays for Los Merengues for a further nine years.
In only seven seasons so far, Ronaldo has amassed 364 goals in just 348 games and claimed his second Champions League title at the San Siro against Atletico Madrid.
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