Found July 04, 2013 on Football and Futbol:
Real Madrid winger Christiano Ronaldo has admitted that he will stay Real Madrid for now. The former Manchester United star was linked with a move away from Santiago Bernabeu after it confirmed last season that he was not happy at Rela Madrid. It was believe that the Portuguese international will be making his way back to the English Premier League. He absolutely poured cold water on his exit from Madrid while on holiday with his family at Malaysia “English Premier League is a good league and it is entertaining, but going back there is not in my mind for now as I am still contracted to Real Madrid.” He says Christiano Ronaldo will be playing under a new Manager at Real Madrid Carlo Encelotti who joined from a successful spell at French side Paris Saint Germain and Ronaldo who was not in good terms with former Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho, says his decision to stay with The Whites is due to his happiness at Spain not the change of Manager at the club “I am happy in Spain, this is a great place to be at and I am going to spend my time here for the coming few years.  I don’t have any reason to leave, I am very happy at Real Madrid.” Says the 28-yeal old Christano Ronaldo said that he would love to finish his playing career at United State of America professional soccer league MLS and his decision to stay with nine time European Champions, has made Real Madrid to pull out on trying to bring Tottenham Hotspur and Wales star Gareth Bale to Santiago Bernabeu. Mean while Real Madrid have signed former Malaga attacking midfielder Isco on a five-year deal.  
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