Cristiano Ronaldo will only play for Real Madrid in Europe - Michel Salgado

Vincent De Villiers
Julho 17, 2017

Cristiano Ronaldo's former teammate at Real Madrid, Michel Salgado feels the Portuguese will end his football career at the record European football champions, ruling out any prospect of his moving out of Spain.

Salgado has played with Ronaldo at Real in 2009 for a brief period before joining English Premier League (EPL) club Blackburn Rovers.

The 28-year-old struggled with an ankle injury last season and only found a spot on the bench in Real Madrid's Champions League final win over Juventus last month.

"The truth is that I do not read any of that", Bale said. "I think he is comfortable in Real Madrid", he added.

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Bale and Ronaldo have been club-mates since 2013 and were part of the Madrid squad that won the Champions League and LaLiga titles last season, although the Wales international's contribution was once more disrupted by injury - including an ankle problem which nearly robbed him of a place in the Champions League final in his home city of Cardiff.

Salgado, 41, made 254 Real Madrid appearances in La Liga over a decade, winning four league titles and two UEFA Champions League crowns. For him it is important to be healthy and I hope we can see the best Gareth this year'. I've worked hard to recover and now I'm able to do pre-season. "Logically I am a British player and I am always linked with a return home", he told Marca when asked about United's interest. Maybe I should have had more time recovering, and not forcing things, but now there is no pain. I have no clue about what's going to happen. "Now I need to make myself strong to try and avoid these injuries".

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