Real Madrid forward Cristiano
Ronaldo has raised the prospect of making the switch one day to
play in Major League Soccer (MLS) in the United States.
"If I can help to be a better soccer player here I can help but I
think they are great, they are in a good way," Ronaldo, a former
world player of the year and football's most expensive signing,
said in an interview with the MLS website.
"I hope to come here to play one day," added the Portuguese,
who signed a six-year contract with Real in June 2009 after the
Spanish champions paid Manchester United around $130 million for
Real are currently on a pre-season tour of the U.S. and play
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