Cristiano Ronaldo officially puts pen-to-paper on new £500,000 Real Madrid deal

Three-time Ballon d’Or insists he will carry on playing beyond expiry of contract which will run out in 2021, when he’ll be 36.

CRISTIANO RONALDO has put pen-to-paper on a new contract will see him earn £500,000-a-week AFTER tax.

The new deal at the Bernabeu deal will take him to 2021, when he will be 36.

Ronaldo follows the likes of Luka Modric, Gareth Bale and Toni Kroos in penning new contracts at the club.

And the three-time Ballon d’Or winner insists he still wants to carry on playing after his new contract runs out.

He said: “I don’t know the future.

“I know this is my penultimate contract. After that, I don’t know.

“I don’t know at what age I’ll stop.”

ronaldo-acadaextraRonaldo is six off 500 career goals — and admits it is a something he is targeting.

However, he stressed it’s winning trophies that drives him forward.

He added: “I never thought that, for example, I could beat Raul’s record.

“500 goals is possible — but I am not obsessed by this.

“The most important thing is trophies.

“Goals are obviously good, but it is a natural process.

“The season is very long and I want to carry on with ambition and continue to improve.

“We are in good shape and the best is yet to come.”

Ronaldo would become only the second player — after Lionel Messi — to win the Ballon d’Or if he is claims the honour this year, as expected.

The 32-year-old won the Champions League and Euro 2016, and is favourite to land the award.

And he admits he is calm about the situation.

He said: “After winning the Champions League, the Euros, this contract renewal…I’m not voting.

“It doesn’t depend on me. I am calm after the season I had.

“And I not obsessed by it.

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