Bernabeu star wants reunion with ex-Old Trafford team-mates at Wembley.
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo wants to face his former club Manchester United in the Champions League final at Wembley.
Los Blancos progressed to the sem-finals to face Barcelona after easily dispatching Tottenahm Hotspur 5-0 on aggregate.
Victory over their La Liga rivals could see two of the game’s biggest giants come face-to-face if United beat Schalke.
The Portugal captain left Old Trafford in 2009 for a world-record £80million after spending six successful seasons in Manchester.
The 26-year-old has set his heart on facing the Red Devils but knows he must concentrate on beating Barcelona first.
“If you ask me if I want to play for Real Madrid against Manchester United in the final at Wembley then of course I will,” Ronaldo said.
“I’ve still got a lot of friends there, memories. I had six great years there but we have to play Barcelona first and then we can see what’s going on.
“At the moment, we are the best two teams in the world. It will make everyone in the world sit up.
“We have to believe we can do it. But that’s why I cannot think about playing Manchester United yet. We have to be fully concentrated on beating Barcelona.”