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.

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“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.

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