Cristiano Ronaldo keen on Man Utd return

Cristiano Ronaldo has pin-pointed Manchester United as his preferred next destination if he does indeed leave Real Madrid this summer, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

Widespread rumours suggest that Cristiano Ronaldo is looking for a move away from the Spanish capital after tax fraud allegations surfaced.

Irked by the tax evasion case, Ronaldo reportedly feels that the Real Madrid club doesn't protect him the way it should.

The 32-year-old Real Madrid striker, who is in Russian Federation as Portugal prepare for their Confederations Cup opener against Mexico, is said to be "outraged" after prosecutors accused him of defrauding the authorities of 14.7million euros (£12.8million). Quite apart from falling for the gossip of an Old Trafford return for the 32-year-old, supporters of the Europa League winners are concerned that it could kibosh their hopes of signing Real teammate Alvaro Morata.

United remain one of the clubs with the financial muscle to offer a competitive package for Ronaldo - they are predicting record revenues of up to £570m this year - and his return would be a dream commercial move.

If there even a slight glimmer of a hope that the Portuguese forward would be tempted to leave Real Madrid, they'd be in full transfer muppet mode.

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Do you think Ronaldo will indeed leave Real Madrid for United or will it all just be swept under the carpet?

Calderon, who originally signed Ronaldo from United in 2008 for € 94 million, believed that the Scottish legend still has a major role to play in the deal.

Ronaldo has helped Real Madrid to two Spanish titles and three Champions League wins during his time at the club.

"I spent a lot of years at Manchester United and it [home fans booing] never happened to me".

The storm has gone on while Portugal are preparing for the Confederations Cup in Russian Federation - their first game coming against Mexico on Sunday - but Ronaldo's global colleague Andre Silva insists his captain is concentrating on the task at hand.

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