Madrid, Spain (4E Sports) – Cristiano Ronaldo expressed passion for former club, Manchester United, and said he would consider returning if he were to leave Real Madrid after his current stint.
Ronaldo signed a five-year-extension last year with Real Madrid making him stay until 2018.
The forward said last season marked some of best times of his career, but he looks forward to success with Real as well.
“I want to score more, win more trophies. I’m at the right club for that,” he added.
According to ESPN FC, Ronaldo is open to possibilities of returning to his former squad.
“Of course, I’m happy at Real Madrid, it’s my home, it’s my club, but Manchester treated me unbelievable so we never know,” Ronaldo stated.
Ronaldo played for Man U in 2003 after his stint with Sporting Lisbon and earned 12.8 million pounds.
In 2009, he left the club with a world record fee of 80 million pounds, and had 118 goals in 292 games.
In his stay, Ronaldo led Manchester to three Premier League titles and the Champions League in 2008.
The 29-year-old reminisced time with Man U and how they treated and welcomed him as a god.
“For me, it’s one of the best clubs in the world and I have passion for this club.”
Ronaldo also said he has a good relationship with players and staff from Manchester and keeps in touch with them.
The world’s best player scored 252 goals in just 246 games since going to Real Madrid.
Due to knee woes, Ronaldo would miss a game against Manchester in Michigan this Saturday.