Ronaldo’s time at the Bernabeu might be nearing an end after 6 years since he first arrived from Manchester United. The current world best player once again gave the hint when addressing reporters after he hit his 500th and 501st career goals in a game against Malmo in the Champions League during the week. The 30 year-old says concerning his future at the Spanish giants,
“Nobody knows the future. We’ll see what happens. I have a good relationship with everyone, the president, the coaches, the kit managers. My relationships are good because I’m a professional. Nobody knows what will happen next year.”
This will come as a boost to Manchester United’s chances of luring their former number 7 back to the Old Trafford following his exit in 2009, a move that did cost Real Madrid 80 million Pounds, making him the most expensive player at that time. The Red Devils are said to be currently lining up 92.5 million Pounds in order to acquire to signature of the Portuguese skipper once he is available on the transfer market by next year.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been in an explosive form of recent, equalling Raul’s goal record of 323 goals at club level, breaking and setting records, and looking a tight competition for Lionel Messi in contention for January’s Ballon D’or award. He has scored 5 goals in the Spanish League this season, although he is without goals in 5 games out of all 6 as all his 5 came in a single match early last month. A move to Old Trafford could be in the offing after he revealed his desire to link up with side’s skipper Wayne Rooney once again.