Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo has handed European champions Real Madrid a massive boost ahead of the summer transfer period with the declaration that he wants to finish his playing career at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Ronaldo has been linked with a move away from Spain, with French giants Paris Saint Germain as well as his former team, Manchester United after guiding Real Madrid to their 11th European title.
Speaking to Spanish site AS, Ronaldo said he wants to play at the Madrid side until he is over 40 years and stated that he is happy at the club despite being linked with moves away.
“I am going to retire at Real Madrid at more than 40 years of age. I am very happy here and I work hard to achieve that,” he told AS.
He will be featuring for his team at the Euro 2016 finals in France and he is keen to add the accolade to his glittering trophy cabinet.
“I’m super happy to win the eleventh and now I’m already thinking about the Euros,” he told to the Spanish publication.
“We want to give a great joy to Portugal (by) winning it, which is something that the Portuguese people deserve.”