Cristiano Ronaldo will call time on his Real Madrid career this summer, according to Portuguese outfit Record.
Ronaldo, who is now 33, joined Madrid in 2009 and has a current contract at the Santiago Bernabeu until 2021.
He became the first player to win five Champions League titles last month after Madrid beat Liverpool, but celebrations quickly turned to future talk with the former Manchester United man saying he will address just that in the coming weeks.
Reports linking him back to Old Trafford have been rife in recent times, whilst some have also claimed that a move to China or Major League Soccer could be on the cards.
Record claim that Ronaldo is now more than ever leaving Madrid this summer after president Florentino Perez refused to meet his demands.
They also claim that the Portugal international wants a contract to represent his worth, more than just be about money.
Given his scoring accolades this season – Ronaldo could still join another European club, having dominated in the Champions League once again this season.
And, whilst those options are viable for Ronaldo, Ligue 1 side PSG are now showing interest – with reports claiming the French champions would be willing to pay him the same amount as Lionel Messi.