Cristiano Ronaldo will retire at Real Madrid - Jorge Mendes

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Cristiano Ronaldo's Real Madrid future has been a source of much speculation recently. The Portuguese superstar has been linked with a move to either Manchester United or Paris Saint-Germain.

Louis van Gaal recently revealed he was interested in bringing Los Blancos' all-time top goalscorer back to Old Trafford while Ronaldo's embrace with Laurent Blanc, after PSG's visit to the Bernabeu, fuelled rumours of a move to the Parc des Princes.


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However, the three-time Ballon d'Or winner's agent has said it is impossible he will move to the French capital as he will retire at Real Madrid.

"It's impossible, he will end his career at Real Madrid."

In an interview with French TV station Canal Plus, at the premier of Ronaldo's self-titled film, Jorge Mendes was questioned on a potential move to PSG.

As per the Mirror, Mendes said: "It's impossible, he will end his career at Real Madrid."


There have been reports doing the rounds that Ronaldo issued an ultimatum to Real Madrid president Florentino Perez. 

Apparently, the former Red Devil said it was either himself or Rafa Benitez at the Bernabeu, although Perez denied those claims in Monday evening's press conference.

The Spaniard called the conference to discuss the future of Benitez following the 4-0 humiliation in the Clasico. He gave the former Liverpool boss a very public vote of confidence and pinned a lot of the blame on Carlo Ancelotti's tenure.

But if Madrid's and, in particular, Ronaldo's form does not improve, Benitez could soon find himself being ushered out of the Bernabeu.

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