Cristiano Ronaldo gave his seemingly monthly statement on the future in Spanish outlet AS on Monday.
It’s nothing that’s going to surprise anyone, either, as the 31-year-old superstar committed himself to his contract at Real Madrid.
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That contract ends in 2018, meaning he’s going roughly two-and-a-half more seasons at the Bernabeu.
“I want to stay here two more years. The two years I’m talking about take me to the end of my contract,” he is quoted as saying by AS.
“And the future, we’ll see.”
Could he leave? Sure. The older he gets, the less he’ll command a transfer fee. Bastian Schweinsteiger left Bayern Munich at 31, and Ronaldo’s history with Real isn’t one-club stuff.