Former Man Utd superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has hinted at a move back to Premier League in 2018. The Red Devils have unsuccessfully tried to bring back their former player back to Premier League on several occasions in the past.
The 31-year old has claimed that he plans to see out the remaining two years on his contract with Madrid and then he will decide about his future. He also added that Premier League remains an option for him.
He said: “This is the best league in the world, although I was in the Premier League. It’s great, competitive, with great players. It is a privilege to leave my mark on it.”
“I want to stay here two more years. And in the future, we’ll see. The two years of which I speak are listed in my contract.”
Ronaldo moved to Santiago Bernabeu in a £80 million transfer from United in 2009 and since then became the foundation stone for Galacticos. Midfielder-turned-striker won Ballon d’Or in 2013 and 2014 and currently holds incredible record as he scored 244 goals in 223 matches for Real Madrid (according to Wikipedia).
Cristiano Ronaldo is constantly chased by rich sheikhs owning PSG but Manchester United is monitoring his progress as well.