Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a move back to Manchester United.
The 29-year-old joined the Spanish giants from the Red Devils in the summer of 2009 and has established himself as one of the two best players in the world.
Since moving to Madrid, Ronaldo has won La Liga once, the Copa del Rey twice and the Champions League once.
The Portugal international also claimed the 2013 FIFA Ballon d’Or, and there are suggestions that he could be convinced to return to United next summer.
After all, Ronaldo has won pretty much everything he could at Madrid and United are a club dear to his heart.
However, the player himself has given a strong hint that he is not ready to go back to Old Trafford just yet.
‘The pressure of 'La Decima' was huge’, he told the World Soccer magazine, according to Marca. ‘A club of our size thinks we can win it [the Champions League] every year, but I think this year we will be calmer psychologically’.
Ronaldo speaks of winning the Champions League every season with Madrid, and this clearly shows that he wants to remain at Los Blancos.
United are not playing in Europe’s premier club competition this campaign, but they are likely to feature in it in 2015-16. But will they be in a position to win it? Probably not.