Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has been rumoured with a move away from Madrid, lately. The former Manchester United favourite will turn 31 next month and talks about his future have already begun. The Ballon d’Or nominee says he wishes to end his career on a high, like any other legendary footballer.
Modeling for the GQ Magazine, Ronnie has expressed his views about a move to the MLS. He says, ‘’In my mind I want to finish in the top level, I want to finish with dignity so in a good club. It doesn’t mean that to go the USA or Qatar or Dubai is not good but I don’t see myself [going there].” “Maybe in the future will be a good chance for me to play there [in America],” the Portuguese forward reveals.
“You never know, but it’s something interesting. I consider it, of course, because as I’ve said, soccer there has become better and better… I think that this is maybe going to be possible’’ says the Madrid maestro.
Ronaldo was linked with a move to PSG too this summer but the deal couldn’t take any further step after FIFA handed transfer ban to the Spanish club. This stops them from carrying out any transfer business until 2017. However, apart from PSG, Ronaldo has always been constantly linked with his former club, English giants Manchester United.
Ronaldo had previously stated that he would be happy to end his career at Madrid after he signed a new contract in 2013. But it seems now that the tables have turned and Ronnie is open to a move to the States.
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