Cristiano Ronaldo is still saying that he "hopes to retire at Real Madrid but nobody knows what the future holds," and people within Real Madrid think that this is a strategy to get a raise when the season ends, according to COPE's Paco González.
Ronaldo is not in great form and he probably doesn't deserve that raise unless he improves his performances. In fact, it appears that this is not "his" team anymore as he's lost the importance he once had within Real's offensive system. Ronaldo has failed to score in every big game for Real Madrid this season -- Athletic, PSG (x2), Atlético -- but he will try to prove he's a dominant player when Barcelona visit the Bernabéu two weeks from now.
All things considered. it would not be surprising to see Ronaldo and Real Madrid part ways at the end of the season. As the Portuguese likes to say: "Nobody knows what the future holds."