The Portuguese ace dashes any hopes United had of re-signing the star.
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has quashed any hopes Manchester United may have had about re-signing the Portugal captain.
Ronaldo has just penned a new contract with Los Blancos, believed to be around £17m-a-year and making the 28-year-old the highest paid player on the planet.
The forward has also admitted that the Red Devils are in the attacker’s past and that Madrid is where the Portuguese star will be staying from now on.
It was thought that with Gareth Bale having joined Los Merengues for a world record £85.3m, Ronaldo would be tempted to leave the club for Manchester.
United have also freed up the No.7 shirt this season – the preferred jersey of the winger – as Antonio Valencia reverted back to 25.
However, Ronaldo has made it clear that the player will not be leaving the Santiago Bernabeu any time soon and with 203 goals in 203 matches it’s easy to see why.
— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) September 15, 2013
Despite being a huge success at Old Trafford, the Madrid ace has become almost superhuman in Spain and became the fastest player in the club’s illustrious history to reach 100 goals.
Ronaldo has moved ahead of Barcelona duo Lionel Messi and Neymar in terms of salary and Samuel Eto’o’s transfer to Chelsea saw the former highest paid man take more than a 50% cut.
The pairing with Bale is already in action for the Spanish giants as the two stars both netted in Madrid’s 2-2 draw with Villarreal on Saturday in La Liga.
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