Friday, 22nd November, 2013

Cristiano Ronaldo has once again ruled out any return to Manchester United, insisting he is happy to end his career at Real Madrid.

Ronaldo spent six trophy-filled years with Manchester United in the previous decade, but has reached new individual heights with Real Madrid since.


He is one of the frontrunners for this year's FIFA Ballon d'Or, but names such as Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain had done the rounds a lot this summer, and arguably continue to do so.

But the Portuguese, who signed a contract renewal until 2018 in September, was quoted by Cadena COPE as saying: "I do not like to think much about the future.


"I like to think of the present. When you are motivated and want to do well, the future is not important.

"But it is true that at this time the feeling is that I want to finish my career here.

"I feel good, I like living in Madrid, I like to play in the best club in the world and I can not ask for more."

Ronaldo also helped Portugal qualify for the 2014 World Cup by scoring a hat-trick in the playoff second-leg against Sweden earlier this week.

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