However, the forward seems to be content in Spain but is open to leaving Madrid saying, “I’m happy here.
I want to win more silverware and I feel great, but as I’ve said millions of times before, you never know what the future holds. I’m really happy here right now. I’m a professional. I always try to give it my all and I’m comfortable at Real Madrid.”
The Portuguese international has nothing left to prove in La Liga as he recently became all-time goal scorer with 324, eclipsing Raul’s record. Ronaldo scored the goals in just 308 appearances and has won the La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League with Madrid.
Ronaldo also told Marca that he is very happy on breaking Raul’s record and scoring his 500th career goal so far. “I’m really happy and pleased. It wasn’t something I set out to do when I joined Real Madrid, but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want to beat the record. Raúl sent me a message saying that he hoped I scored many more and I know that he meant it,” he said.