Cristiano Ronaldo: PSG and Man City Can Forget It, I Will Retire at Real Madrid

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo at Valdebebas training ground, Madrid, May 24. Ronaldo has committed his future to Real Madrid. Denis Doyle/Getty

Cristiano Ronaldo has quashed any rumors of a move away from the Bernabeu by claiming he will retire at Real Madrid.

The Portuguese forward, who has scored 51 goals in 49 games this season, is aiming to win a second Champions League medal in three years as Real faces city rivals Atletico in the final on Saturday.

Ronaldo doesn't expect to be moving after the final in Milan, telling Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City he's going nowhere.

"Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City can forget it, I'm retiring at Real Madrid," he said.

"I have had good and bad moments, four years ago I was not happy but there is no better place to be than here."

Zinedine Zidane, the former Real great who took over from Rafa Benitez as manager in January, has played a role in Ronaldo's desire to remain in Madrid.

"I identify with him and want to play for him for many years," Ronaldo said. "He has no experience but has done really well."