Ronaldo happy at Madrid

2015-06-29 09:37
Cristiano Ronaldo (Supplied)

Cape Town - Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has taken steps to distanced himself from reports that he is unhappy in Spain.

According to Sky Sports, Cristiano Ronaldo insists he is happy to stay at Real Madrid.

Ronaldo broke his media silence in a bid to stop increasing speculation that the former Manchester United star was looking to quit the La Liga giants.

Ronaldo's teammate, Sergio Ramos, is reportedly looking to quit the club this summer after failing out with the club's hierarachy but CR7 will not be following him out of the exit doors at the Santiago Bernabeu.

"I would sincerely like the false reports to stop and to be left a little in peace," said Ronaldo, as quoted by Portuguese sports newspaper A Bola.

"Reports that I have sought to create conflicts between myself and Real Madrid are absolutely false," added the 30-year-old star. 

"I am very happy at the best club in the world and very focused and confident of a new season full of successes."

Real Madrid signed Ronaldo on 1 July 2009 for £80 million, making him the most expensive player in the world at the time.

Cristiano Ronaldo is the reigning Ballon d'Or winner.

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