Cristiano Ronaldo put pen to paper on Monday on a contract extension with Real Madrid until 2021. On Sunday, it was announced that he would be signing the deal. Ronaldo is set to turn 32 in February but said this won't be his last contract, aiming to play 10 more years.

"This is a special day for me, to continue this link with the club of my heart, it is a unique moment for me," Ronaldo said per ESPNFC. "[But] it is not my last contract. My aim for these five years is to keep making history, giving my best for this jersey.

"I still have a long way to go, 10 years left, and I want to keep improving."

Ronaldo, who has been courted by clubs like PSG and some from England, now looks set to finish his European career at Real Madrid. The Portuguese superstar has been linked with a move to MLS towards the end of his career, but at 31 years old and due to his impressive fitness, he certainly has several excellent years still ahead of him. I'm not so sure about playing till 40 at a high level, but if anyone can do it, it's Ronaldo. His work ethic, determination and constant quality hasn't diminshed in the slightest, and one could argue this past year was the best of his career.

Since joining from Manchester United in 2009, Ronaldo has converted himself into the club's all-time leading goal scorer with 371 strikes, averaging just over a goal per game.

Last year was one of his bests at the club, scoring 51 goals in 48 games while guiding the team to Champions League glory. Ronaldo is expected to win the Ballon d'Or early next year.

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