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Cristiano Ronaldo could finish his career in MLS, says Jorge Mendes

The Portuguese still has some more years left in the tank though.

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Jorge Mendes is already preparing Cristiano Ronaldo's retirement. The famous agent said that Cristiano Ronaldo could end his career in the United States after his contract with Real Madrid expires.

He will finish his career at Real Madrid, and after that perhaps he will go to the United States. Only God knows what will happen next.

From Steven Gerrard to David Villa, Thierry Henry and many more, the United States are a popular choice to finish the stars' career in football. MLS is slowly turning into a competitive league, and they always offer reasonable contracts that attract the players. Furthermore, these players usually choose either New York or Los Angeles for obvious reasons, so it would make sense to see Cristiano Ronaldo retiring as a player in MLS.

Still, Ronaldo has some very good years left in the tank, so this move will certainly not happen any time soon. After all, he's in the best scoring form of his career.

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