Portuguese star not thinking about extending deal at Bernabeu.
Real Madrid winger and Manchester United target Cristiano Ronaldo’s future remains up in the air, with talkSPORT reporting that he is not currently thinking about renewing his contract with the Spanish giants.
The 28-year-old has been a big hit in La Liga since his record-breaking £80million move from United in 2009, but has recently become unsettled at the club, and it has been rumoured that he could be set for a sensational return to Old Trafford this summer.
PSG have also shown a strong interest in the Portuguese international, and the big-spending French giants have reportedly offered to break his transfer record once again with offers of around £85million.
New United manager David Moyes has had a tough time in the transfer market this summer, missing out on key midfield targets such as Thiago Alcantara and Cesc Fabregas, though he could make a great start to his career at Old Trafford by re-signing one of the club’s best players in recent history.
Ronaldo’s current contract expires in 2015, and although he has not commented on moving this summer, he admitted he does not feel the urge to negotiate a new deal.
“I still have years left on my contract. It is not something I am worried about at the moment,” he said.