Cristiano Ronaldo has been at Real Madrid since the summer of 2009, helping them win La Liga twice and the Champions League three times in his eight years at the Bernabeu.
However, despite continuing to scale new heights, the 32-year-old's future in Spain is up in the air.
Reports in June claimed Ronaldo was keen to quit the club and leave Spain after being accused of tax evasion by the authorities.
The former Manchester United star is accused of defrauding £13million over image rights to a company in the British Virgin Isles – though has denied any wrongdoing.
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Cristiano Ronaldo remains unhappy at Real Madrid and could yet leave
Cristiano Ronaldo is still unhappy at Real Madrid
It has since been claimed that he is practically guaranteed to remain a Real player next season, though Ronaldo has been tight-lipped about his future.
And Spanish outlet Don Balon claim he is STILL debating whether to call time on his Madrid career.
It is said he will have crunch talks with manager Zinedine Zidane and club president Florentino Perez once he returns from his holidays.
The Portugal international is not currently with the club on their pre-season tour of America after being granted holiday leave after playing in the Confederations Cup.
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The report adds that Real players expect him to stay but it is not a certainty.
Cristiano Ronaldo helped Real Madrid win the double last season
Meanwhile, Manchester United were among the clubs being linked with a move for him if he did opt to depart.
But Jose Mourinho has described any bid as "mission impossible."
"I am not going to get my club to waste time on players who are mission impossible," he said.
"Ronaldo is such an important player for his club. A player of great economic power.
"We have not been able to find any reason that could have made us think that Ronaldo could leave."