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Cristiano Ronaldo has not ruled out leaving Real Madrid one day, saying his future is still undecided.
The 30-year-old has been regularly linked with moves away from the Spanish giants, with his former club Manchester United often touted as a possible destination as is Major League Soccer.
Ronaldo, whose contract with Real Madrid expires in 2018, has not yet decided what path his career will take next, but is not offering any guarantees about finishing his playing days at the Santiago Bernabeu.
When asked by German magazine Kicker if he could imagine leaving Los Blancos, Ronaldo replied:
Why not? I'm a Real Madrid player at the moment, but you can never know. You've got to do what makes you happy. Nobody knows what will happen tomorrow.All I can say is that I will always give my best for my club and for Portugal.
Cristiano Ronaldo hit a second-half hat-trick as Real Madrid opened their Champions League campaign with a 4-0 victory over 10-man Shakhtar Donetsk in Tuesday's Group A showdown at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.
Karim Benzema put the hosts ahead in the 30th minute, while Shakhtar had midfielder Taras Stepanenko sent off for a second yellow card five minutes after the re-start.
Real, helped by a dubious penalty, doubled their lead through Ronaldo five minutes later and the Portugal international scored his second when he converted another spot-kick in the 63rd minute after Marcio Azevedo's clear handball.
Ronaldo capped off a wonderful evening for the home side when he headed his third of the night 10 minutes from time.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored five goals and became Real Madrid's all-time top scorer in the Primera Division as he inspired Los Blancos to a thumping 6-0 win at Espanyol.
The Portugal forward's impressive haul saw him move ahead of Alfredo di Stefano and Raul in one afternoon to amass a total of 229 goals in 203 matches - one ahead of Raul, who needed 550 games to reach his tally.
Ronaldo, who had failed to score in either of Madrid's opening league games, needed just seven minutes to open his account against Espanyol, having bagged a treble here last season. He promptly scored again from the penalty spot and then completed his hat-trick on 20 minutes with the help of a cross from Gareth Bale.
Karim Benzema added a fourth before the break, and then in the second half Bale again laid on the pass for Ronaldo to strike for the fourth time and make Real Madrid history. But he was still not done, converting again from inside the area on 80 minutes.
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A behind-the-scenes documentary is currently being produced about Cristiano Ronaldo, the forward confirmed on Twitter today.
The Real Madrid and Portugal star told his followers:
"I’m happy to confirm that there’s a film being produced about me. Stay tuned for more info."
The 'powerful' production will document a year in the life of the 30 year-old global iconic and is scheduled for release in Autumn this year.
New Manchester United signing Memphis Depay says he is "honoured" to be likened to his idol Cristiano Ronaldo.
Depay will play the final match of his PSV Eindhoven career against ADO Den Haag on Sunday before completing his £25m move to Manchester United.
Depay has come to be regarded as one of the most feared wingers in European football after he followed up a successful World Cup by scoring 22 league goals for PSV. Some in his home country have labelled the 21-year-old "The Dutch Ronaldo".
The Holland international is flattered by the comparison to Real Madrid's former United forward, although he wants to carve out a history of his own with the 20-time English champions.
"It's an honour to have a name like that but you have to be real and I am down to earth," Depay told the BBC's Football Focus.
"He is my idol and a big, big player - maybe the biggest in the world.
"I watched him a lot. I look at his free-kicks and how he moves, but I am Memphis and I am going to show myself."
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