Cristiano Ronaldo admits nothing is impossible after being massively linked with a potential return to Manchester United.
The 32-year-old won nine trophies in an incredible six-year spell at Old Trafford before his £80m move to Real Madrid in 2009.
He has since gone on to become Madrid’s record goalscorer, scoring 406 goals, helping the side to their 12th Champions League title with a double in Saturday’s final against Juventus.
Speaking about a potential exit, Ronaldo claims anything is possible after being linked with a with a £157m move away from the Santiago Bernabeu.
“Is it possible [to leave Madrid]?” he said.
“Nothing is impossible.”
He previously admitted that he was not happy with the situation with supporters at the Bernabeu, as he was jeered during the club’s 4-2 win against Bayern Munich in April and went about it in a brilliant way, scoring an incredible second-half hat-trick.
It’d be incredible to have him back at Old Trafford as the memories from his time at the club are simply out of this world, but you’d have to question the club’s decision to pay so much money for a 32-year-old, who will be looking to see out the rest of his glittering career in spectacular fashion.