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Jan 10, 2013

Cristiano Ronaldo: 'All is possible'

Following his hat-trick performance Wednesday in Real Madrid's 4-0 Copa del Rey quarterfinals victory over Celta Vigo, Cristiano Ronaldo was evasive about this week's rumors he'll go to Paris St. Germain.

"I am fine with Real Madrid, I have a contract until 2015," the 27-year-old told L'Equipe. "But in life, anything is possible. My intention is to win a lot of titles with Real, but I repeat, in life, all is possible."

Rumors that the Portugal star would leave the Bernabeu at season end were fueled this week by comments made by PSG director Leonardo, who said that the Qatari-backed club was capable of attracting him.

"If he said all is possible, he is responsible for his future," PSG coach Carlo Ancelotti said of Ronaldo's comments. "In any case, PSG is a club of a lot of ambition, motivation. All is possible in Paris, it is true. But I am happy with the players I have at this moment, and I am not going to get into speaking about this while we are preparing for Real, a potential adversary for the Champions League."

Madrid qualified 5-2 on aggregate, but it was Ronaldo's third goal in the 87th minute at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in the second leg that put the result of the last-16 match beyond doubt.

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