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Ronaldo desire to commit his future with Real Madrid

Ronaldo desire to commit his future with Real Madrid

Portuguese Superstar is keen to renew his contract with Real Madrid, as he spoke to the club president over his future in Madrid.


 Cristiano Ronaldo scored is many as 54 goals in total with club and country in the 2015-16 season, desire to stay for a long time with the European champions Real Madrid. He is already in a talk for renewal of his contract expiring in June 2018.


The Real Madrid man won almost every important title this year with the club and country and stated so far this has been the best season of his career.

 

"I spoke to the president [Florentino Perez] on the phone and when I get back to Madrid, we'll talk [over a new deal]," the 31-year-old was quoted as saying by AS.


"This season has been the best of my career,I won two major titles, with my club and country, so it was something unique.It was a very emotional moment to win the Undecima. Winning the trophy is incredible, every time I look at it I see the memories of when I won it for the first time with Manchester United as well as my triumphs with Madrid."

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