ronaldoManchester United have told Real Madrid that no amount is enough to buy Cristiano Ronaldo.

ronaldoReal Madrid, who are always linked with high profile footballers, have frequently been linked with Ronaldo of late, no doubt due to the scintillating form he has produced for Manchester United this term.

Pedja Mijatovic, Real Madrid’s football director, was in London last week to watch the second leg of the quarter final of the Champions League between Chelsea and Fenerbahçe. While in the country he spoke to a French newspaper, L’Equipe, Pedja revealed to a freelancer of the French newspaper that Real Madrid’s only priority for next season to is to sign Cristiano Ronaldo.

Pedja Mijatovic:

Pedja Mijatovic Real Madrid in the football world is one of the most prestigious clubs, therefore we should always have the best players in the world playing for us.

The Portuguese winger, 23 years old, has scored 38 goals so far this season with 28 coming in the Premier league. It’s this form which has led to Manchester United’s assistant manager Carlos Queiroz, countering the statement from Real Madrid.

Carlos Queiroz:

Queiroz We would not sell him for 120 million Euros.

You can offer all the money in the world, but there is no amount that can buy him.

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    1. says: anto

      i think man u myt ply betr wit out ronaldo nd united shud sell him for 120m plus robben dats a fair enof deal we can buy more players nd stil hav a gud winger.im a united fan nd i hate 2 see him go but wit all the messin he is doing nw he shud jst go!!!!!!!

  1. says: Toby

    Ronaldo should stay at United for a couple more seasons. His contract ends in 2012 but he can leave in 2010 if he wants. He should stay at United to work on his skills a little longer and he should try to win the treble with them. Once his contract ends he’ll be 28 and he’ll still be in his prime, plus when he does moves he’ll still break the transfer record.

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