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Cristiano Ronaldo refuses to rule out leaving Real Madrid as he insists: 'Nothing is impossible'

The 32-year-old Portuguese international has had a fruitful season with Real Madrid this term

Ayush Chatterjee 8 June 2017, 7:52 PM
Ronaldo bagged a brace against Juventus in the Champions League final

Ronaldo bagged a brace against Juventus in the Champions League final Image: AFP

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has refused to rule out a move away from Real Madrid, almost a week after helping them lift their 12th Champions League title.

In an interview with a journalist from Deportes Cuatro, when Ronaldo was asked if he he sees himself leaving Real Madrid, the Portuguese international simply laughed before saying “Nothing is impossible”.

Ronaldo scored twice in the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff as Real Madrid beat Juventus 4-1 to win their third Champions League title in four years. This added to their 33rd Spanish League title won earlier in May.

Now, the 32-year-old has joined up with his national teammates ahead of a game against Latvia.

He had also recently said he misses playing at Manchester United. The Red Devils are in the market for more firepower and have been put off in their pursuit for Antoine Griezmann as Atletico Madrid serve a transfer window ban till January. Ronaldo's old no. 7 shirt is once again available.

While there is speculation about offers from Paris Saint-Germaain and clubs in China, Manchester United would seem the ideal choice for him if he were to leave the Santaigo Bernabeu.

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