Cristiano Ronaldo has sparked rumours about his long-term future to the Real Madrid, by insisting he ‘doesn’t know what will happen’ in the coming years.
The 30-year-old striker has enjoyed successful career since joining the La Liga giants from Man United in 2009, becoming club’s all-time leading goalscorer earlier this season.
The Portugal international has refused to comment on whether he would see out his career with the 10-time European Champions but has admitted he is currently happy at the Bernabeu.
He said Efe Agency via Daily Mail: “At this moment, I’m happy playing for Real Madrid but I don’t know what will happen in my future. I must choose the way that makes me happy.”
Ronaldo’s statement regarding his future will surely fuelled speculation linking him with a move back to his former club Manchester United, where he spent six hugely successful years between 2003-2009, having won three Premier League titles, the European Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, the FA Cup and two Football League Cups.
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Ronaldo scored 13 goals in 13 games for the Spanish club so far this season.
Is CR7 considering a move back to Old Trafford?
A return to Premier League has been touted in the last couple of months and it’s been thought that Red Devils chief Louis van Gaal is keen on Ronaldo’s services back to Old Trafford.