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Ronaldo 'not interested' in Man Utd return - agent

It looks as though Ronaldo will be staying with Real Madrid. Credit: PA

Cristiano Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes has put an end to the rumours that the Real Madrid forward could rejoin Manchester United.

It's been reported that the Old Trafford club were exploring the possibility of bringing back the man they sold to the Spanish giants for £80million in 2009.

However, Mendes told Spanish radio station Cadena COPE that Ronaldo will stay with Real Madrid 'forever'

"Cristiano is very happy at Real Madrid and has always been very happy. He’s going to break all the records with Real Madrid and he’s going to retire here," said Mendes.

"He has a lot of love for United because his heart was there for six years, but now he’s only thinking about Real Madrid and he’s going to stay here forever."

Last month a group of Man Utd fans flew a plane over a Real Madrid match with the message 'Come Home Ronaldo' clearly visible, it looks as though their wishes will not be granted.

Van Gaal admits interest in signing Cristiano Ronaldo

Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal admits he is interested in bringing Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford, but doubts Real Madrid are willing to sell him.

Speculation that Cristiano Ronaldo could return to Old Trafford increased this week. Credit: Reuters

Speculation that Ronaldo could return to United intensified this week following comments by former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon that the Portuguese attacker was "fed up" with Madrid's transfer policy.

Ronaldo, who left United for a then World record fee of £80 million in 2009, has previously hinted he could return to his former club.

Asked whether he could attempt to re-sign the 29-year-old, Van Gaal said: "It is possible.

"That's what I have said with Falcao. Players like Ronaldo give a lot of extra to a team, but I don't think Real Madrid shall sell him."

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Ronaldo gets tearful during FIFA Ballon d'Or speech

Cristiano Ronaldo was visibly emotional as he accepted the 2013 FIFA Ballon d'Or at an awards ceremony in Zurich.

The Real Madrid forward and Portugal international had been runner-up three times in the past four years to Lionel Messi.

Speaking in Portuguese, a tearful Ronaldo, watched by his family, said: "I am very happy, it is very difficult to win this award.

"Everybody that has been involved with me on a personal level I have to thank. My wife, my friends, my son. It is a tremendously emotional moment. All I can say is thank you to everybody that has been involved."

Cristiano Ronaldo wins FIFA Ballon d'Or

Cristiano Ronaldo wins FIFA Ballon d'Or Credit: Fabian Stratenschulte/DPA/Press Association Images

Portugal and Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has won the FIFA Ballon d'Or.

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Cristiano Ronaldo signs five-year deal at Real Madrid

Cristiano Ronaldo has signed a new deal with Real Madrid that ties him to the club for the next five years.

Ronaldo was pictured on Real Madrid TV today signing his new deal alongside president Florentino Perez, before fronting a press conference at the Bernabeu.

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo speaks during a ceremony at Santiago Bernabeu stadium. Credit: REUTERS/Sergio Perez

The 28-year-old Portuguese forward, whose previous deal had been due to run out in 2015, expressed delight at agreeing terms after speculation in the summer he could be tempted back to Manchester United.

"Manchester is in the past," Ronaldo said. "Now my club is Real Madrid. This is my home, my family is here and I'm really happy here."

Cristiano Ronaldo to launch underwear collection

Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is launching an underwear and socks collection.

An announcement on cr7underwear.com said the range would go public on November 1st and will be made Danish textile firm JBS, which also produces underwear in the name of tennis star Caroline Wozniacki.

A video posted by JBS to YouTube showed the £80m Portugese forward posing in a pair of briefs before giving a thumbs up to the camera.

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