Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has often been linked with the MLS and Paris Saint-Germain, and he has now spoken about where he hopes to retire.
Reports have previously suggested the Portugal captain could leave for the US once his contract at Real runs out in 2018, while PSG and his former club, Manchester United, are also said to be interested.
However, Ronaldo has now revealed he hopes to hang up his boots at Los Blancos.
"My dream is to retire at Real Madrid," he told Marca.
"If you take care of yourself, you can play until you are 40.
"I want to continue for five of six more years. I plan to continue with the same games and goals average.
"I feel good and useful at Madrid. I want to keep winning here."
Ronaldo recently won his fourth Golden Shoe award, becoming the first player to win it more than three times.
The Portuguese superstar has played nine matches this season, scoring 10 goals.
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