Ronaldo open to Real departure
Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed he may look to move on from Real Madrid in the future but is happy at the club for now.
The 27-year-old is in his third season at the Bernabeu following his world-record £80million move from Manchester United in the summer of 2009.
He hit 60 goals in all competitions for Madrid this season, helping them pip rivals Barcelona to the Primera Liga title.
The former Sporting Lisbon winger insists he is happy at the club but refused to rule out the possibility of moving on in the future.
"To be honest, I don't know. In the future, nobody knows," he said.
"I feel very happy here, it is a great club with fantastic fans. It's great, but in the future nobody knows.
"I feel happy here but it one year or two, you never know. A man's head is always complicated, but at the moment I am very happy."
Ronaldo also shrugged off comparisons with Lionel Messi, who bagged 72 goals for Barca this season.
"You cannot compare a Ferrari with a Porsche because it's a different engine. You cannot compare them," he added.
"He does the best things for Barcelona, I do the best things for Madrid, so the number (of goals) ... everyone says 'it's incredible'. For him and for me because we beat our own records, so it's amazing."