Gareth Bale also extended his contract with the La Liga giants last week, with the new deal keeping him at the Santiago Bernabeu until 2022 - one year more than Ronaldo.
And after seven years with the side, Ronaldo says he will sign another deal again after this one expires and that he intends to conclude his professional career there.
"I am extending my contract for five years, but I would like to make it clear that this is not my last contract here ..."
"I know that tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, in a month's time I'll be the same Ronaldo as always, I'll be here defending the colours of this club". Of course, I want to end my club career here but this is my penultimate contract. "I want to continue winning and I want to carry on learning", commented the forward. He has won La Liga just once, but the Champions League twice with Real Madrid.
The reigning European champions, in all likelihood, will sign a five-year contract on Monday, which will keep him at Santiago Bernabeu until 2021. This is while, CR7 has said that the new contract would not be the last deal he signs, and added that he wants to finish his career at Real.
"What I most want is to continue enjoying the years I have left to play".
"Over our 114 years of history we have built a legacy with values recognised all over the world", Perez said. "I want to win more and more fro the best club and to continue learning". "There is no doubt that there will be a "before Ronaldo" and an "after Ronaldo" for Real Madrid". "In these five years I will do the same as before, keep making history, giving my best for this jersey to win trophies and score goals".
"This day is too special to talk about scoring or not scoring", Ronaldo said. "Real Madrid leave me happy, my son is happy too living with his father, his family, my friends...".
The record breaking attacker has made plenty of history already since moving to the Bernabeu from Manchester United in 2009. "I'm not going to obsess about it".
"The present is the most important, we will see about the future, you never know what will happen", he said.