Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed his desire to finish his career at Real Madrid after winning the Golden Boot for the fourth time.
The former Manchester United star who moved to Real Madrid back in 2009 summer has now won the fourth Golden Boot after becoming the club’s all-time leader goal scorer.
Ronaldo has been linked with a move away from Los Blancos, Manchester United and Paris Saint Germain are the sides in the race.
Recently, SkySports pundit Guillem Balague told that the Portuguese star could leave Real Madrid next summer despite of knowing the comments from the the attacker that he wants to stay at Santiago Bernabeu.
Balague believes that he is capable of playing till the age of 40 but still he could be moving to French side PSG.
Ronaldo told Marca after lifting the Golden Boot earlier this that he wants to win more trophies at Real Madrid.
“My dream is to retire at Real Madrid”
The 30-year-old believe that he can play until 40 and can win trophies for another five or six years.
“I feel good and useful in Madrid and I want to win here.”
Despite of winning four times, he is still looking for fifth and sixth trophies.
“I'm the only one that has four but I want the fifth and the sixth.”
The Portugal international netted 48 goals in 35 La Liga appearances last term and won the Golden Boot third time. He has scored five goals in eight games so far in La Liga this season.
Columnist: Stevan Jones