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Ronaldo happy at United

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Cristiano Ronaldo has declared that he would like to stay with Manchester United for 'many more years'.

Red Devils ace looking to see out long-term deal

Cristiano Ronaldo has declared that he would like to stay with Manchester United for 'many more years'.

The talented Portuguese winger only signed a new five-year contract in the summer that tied him to The Red Devils until 2012.

Although Ronaldo has endured some sticky times at the club, following his role in club colleague Wayne Rooney's dismissal at the 2006 World Cup, the ex-Sporting ace feels at home at Old Trafford.

The 22-year-old is thrilled to play for United and sees no reason to leave the Premier League champions in the foreseeable future.

"At the exact moment I put on the Red Devils shirt, I felt sure Manchester United was the ideal club for me, for my development as a player and a person," he stated in his new book 'Moments'.

"Four years have passed since I first walked onto the Old Trafford pitch. Today I consider it one of my homes.

"Without a lie, I can declare that I feel immense pride and joy at representing this great world club.

"Here at Manchester United is where I feel happy. So much so that I have no problem in saying that I would like to stay here for many more years."

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