Marca had reported in Spain that Ronaldo had agreed a new five-year contract with Real Madrid worth €17 million-a-year, with the deal set to expire at the end of the 2017-18 season. 

In recent weeks doubts have risen over Ronaldo’s future as he has been unwilling to sign a new contract and has not hidden his desire to one day return to English football.

The uncertainty surrounding Ronaldo's time in Madrid has led to speculation that he could move to Manchester United, and the Portugal continues to remain coy on his next career move.

When speaking to Sky Sports, Ronaldo once again put his future into doubt: "I'm not going to confirm anything - I'm just going to do my job like I always do. 

"My future - I don't know. At this moment I'm a player of Madrid, the future, I really don't know.

"Let's see what's going to happen - but for the moment, I'm good where I am."

With Gareth Bale being heavily linked with a move to the Bernabeu, maybe it could be time for Ronaldo to make a dramatic return to the team who sold him for a World record fee of £80 million four years ago.

When asked about the possibility of Bale signing a new deal with Madrid, Ronaldo gave very little away: "I'm not going to speak about that because I'm not the right person to say if he deserves that money - if it's a good deal or not.

"I'm happy here - I think the players I have beside me, they are great - I'm not going to speak about other players."

 

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