MADRID, May 25 (UPI) -- Madridistas rejoice!
Superstar forward Cristiano Ronaldo says Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City can "forget it" when it comes to ripping him Santiago Bernabéu for his services.
Ronaldo, 31, has recently been hampered with a thigh strain, but he plans to leg out his career with Real Madrid.
"The other clubs [PSG, Manchester City] can forget it, I am going to retire at Real Madrid," Ronaldo told La Marca. "It would be smart of Real Madrid to renew my contract. I want to stay here. There have been good moments and others that were bad. Four years ago I wasn't happy but now I am content and I don't see any other club better than Real Madrid. None are better."
"I am going to retire at Real Madrid -- within 15 years at the minimum. I want to stop playing at age 41 or something like that. We shall see that I will renew my contract at the end of the season."
Ronaldo has 364 career goals for Real Madrid and 543 scores overall. He stands at No. 2 all-time in La Liga scoring, behind Lionel Messi.
Los Blancos face Atletico Madrid Saturday in the Champions League Final. Despite suffering a left leg injury in a Tuesday training session, the three-time Ballon d'Or winner plans to suit up.
In 2015, Ronaldo earned $79.5 million, according to Forbes.