Former Real Madrid and Liverpool player Xabi Alonso has pictures taken with fans as he arrives for the UEFA Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool FC at the NSC Olimpiyskiy stadium in Kiev, Ukraine.
"I'll give a response in the coming days", Ronaldo told beIN SPORTS.
"We have a good and fair distribution system, 17,000 each to fans of Liverpool and Real Madrid".
Only Ronaldo has scored more than Salah and Firmino (10) in the competition this season, and the latter needs just one goal in the final to become the highest scoring Brazilian in a single Champions League campaign.
Three quick thoughts on Real Madrid's 3-1 win over Liverpool to win their third straight Champions League, and fourth in five years.
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Speaking after the final whistle, Bale said: "Obviously I need to play".
For Cristiano Ronaldo, this is a chance to hoist his 5th European Cup and add to his all-time record of 120 Champions League goals and counting.
The second leg looked like it will follow the first encounter, only to be interrupted at the 25th-minute mark when Joaquin scored a brilliant left-footed 20-yard goal through the legs of Neven Subotic, beating Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller at his near post. We have had them from Liverpool airport and Manchester airport, and we have applied for slots in the correct manner and timeframe with the authorities. Ramos stepped away from the scene unpunished and Salah soon managed to step up after overcoming the initial pain.
"I'm sure Cris will speak at the end of the season. I'll have to sit down in the summer and discuss it with my agent and take it from there".
Ronaldo caused a stir past year a few days after Real beat Juventus 4-1 in the final when Portuguese newspaper A Bola reported that the forward wanted to leave Madrid as he was not happy with how he had been treated by the Spanish club.
The Welshman had been tipped to feature in the Real starting line-up, but in the end was left out for Isco - just as he had been in the final win over Juventus a year ago - before making an emphatic impact as a substitute.