The Portuguese captain and Real Madrid superstar has made a public declaration about his retirement from football while Speaking to Chinese football app Dongqiudi where he stated that he plan to retire at 41.
As reported by metro,he said ” ‘Of course I want to stay here, I love this club.
The Portugal superstar added: ‘This feeling is incredible. It’s what I’ve always dreamed of.
‘Now, my plan to retire at 41 will probably be a bit more difficult to achieve, and now we live in the moment.
‘Being a coach is not part of my plan, but you also know that people change their minds. For the moment I don’t want to be a coach.’
Jose Mourinho worked with Ronaldo at Real but refused to be drawn into whether he wants to sign him for United.
Asked about the rumours surrounding Ronaldo this week, Mourinho responded: ‘I think with the moment Real Madrid is having now I think I should be the last one to add some fuel to the fire.
‘Madrid is on fire, the results are not good and it’s a club where I worked three years, I cared about the club, I am the last one to add fire to put some water on the fire.’
Since joining Real from the Red Devils in 2009, Ronaldo has won nine trophies – including three Champions League and two La Liga titles and won the Ballon d’Or on five times.