Man United transfers: Cristiano Ronaldo discusses talk of return
Cristiano Ronaldo refuses to rule out a potential return to Manchester United in the future
Cristiano Ronaldo has once again refused to rule out a sensational return to Manchester United in the future by admitting that “nobody knows” what the final years of his career will hold.
The 30-year-old Portugal international has been relentlessly linked with a move back to the club he left back in 2009 and was touted as a possible target for Louis van Gaal’s side during the summer transfer window.
Ronaldo has also been linked with a big-money transfer to Paris Saint-Germain in recent weeks amid reports he could be set to leave Real Madrid, where he is the top goal-scorer with 326 strikes to his name.
And when quizzed about a potential return to Old Trafford in the future, Ronaldo did not rule out the possibility.
Ronaldo told BBC Sport: “As I say many, many times, the future nobody knows.
“At this moment I’m so glad and happy here in Real Madrid but the future nobody knows.
“I will say this answer all the time because the future nobody knows, but I’m good here. I still have a contract with Real Madrid and I’m happy here.”
Manchester United return to Premier League action with a home clash against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday afternoon. The Red Devils are currently fourth in the table.