Cristiano Ronaldo will see out the rest of his playing career at Real Madrid, according to the Portuguese star’s agent Jorge Mendes.
The forward’s future has been up in the air for some time with speculation surrounding his relationship with current Real boss Rafa Benitez, but Mendes has moved to dismiss any talk of his
client leaving the Spanish capital insisting his is happy in Madrid.
“He is the best player of all time and I am sure he will play for the next four, five, six, seven years at Real Madrid,” Mendes told Sky Sports in Italy.
“He will end his career there. He is happy at Los Blancos, he’ll hang up his boots when he is 40.”
Ronaldo has been heavily linked with a sensational return to Manchester United, but is also known to be keen on a switch to Ligue 1 title holders Paris Saint-Germain and although Mendes was pushed for an answer he refused to drawn over which destination the 30-year-old prefers.
Mendes though, also represents former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho but wouldn’t answer any question over his future insisting there had been no contact between the 52-year-old and any club thus far.
“Right now, he [Mourinho] is in Brazil. We will see what happens when he gets back,” revealed Mendes.
“At the moment, we have not been talking about England, Spain or Italy. He only needs to be calm and not worry about anything – he is the best manager in the world.”