May 27, 2018

It was nice being at Real Madrid


Cristiano Ronaldo surprised onlookers following Real Madrid's 13th European Cup triumph on Saturday, as he suggested his time at the club may have come to an end.

The Portuguese made history in Kiev as he claimed his fifth Champions League crown, despite failing to get on the scoresheeet himself.

Following the full-time whistle, Ronaldo spoke to 'beIN Sports', making a series of surprise statements that made it sound like he could be set for a summer departure.

"It was nice to be at Real Madrid all this time. In the next few days I'll give a definitive response to the fans, as they've always been on my side. I've enjoyed this moment a lot," Ronaldo explained.

"Now is not the time to talk about players' futures. I have no doubts and it's not important right now. Resting and going away with the national team are the next steps," he later told 'Antena 3'.

"Who was top scorer again? Maybe they should change its name and call it the CR7 Champions League," he joked.


Cristiano Ronaldo surprised onlookers following Real Madrid's 13th European Cup triumph on Saturday, as he suggested his time at the club may have come to an end.

The Portuguese made history in Kiev as he claimed his fifth Champions League crown, despite failing to get on the scoresheeet himself.

Following the full-time whistle, Ronaldo spoke to 'beIN Sports', making a series of surprise statements that made it sound like he could be set for a summer departure.

"It was nice to be at Real Madrid all this time. In the next few days I'll give a definitive response to the fans, as they've always been on my side. I've enjoyed this moment a lot," Ronaldo explained.

"Now is not the time to talk about players' futures. I have no doubts and it's not important right now. Resting and going away with the national team are the next steps," he later told 'Antena 3'.

"Who was top scorer again? Maybe they should change its name and call it the CR7 Champions League," he joked.