Real Madrid's star forward won't confirm plans to transfer to another team, says "I'm good where I am".
A day after defeating Everton in the International Champions Cup, Madrid's Portuguese star forward Cristiano Ronaldo remains quiet on his plans for his future.
Rumors are spreading in the press that he is eyeing a return to Manchester United.
"Well, I'm not going to confirm nothing, I just do my job like I always did. My future, I don't know, in this moment, I am player of Madrid, in the future, I really don't know, let's see what's going to happen, but at the moment, I'm good where I am."
Ronaldo is asked whether he will come to play in Los Angeles for the L.A. Galaxy.
"Well, I'm still very young to think of one day coming here to the U.S. to play, but I am not closing the door to anyone, and that is the reason I believe that the future is in the hands of god, I don't know what's going to happen at this moment, I'm very happy playing in Europe, we'll see."
Madrid's coach Carlo Ancelotti revealed on Wednesday that they were in talks with Tottenham Spurs to buy the current English Footballer of the Year, Welsh winger Gareth Bale.
Ronaldo says he will not comment on other players but is very happy with his team.
Real Madrid will go head-to-head against Chelsea for the International Champions Cup final on August 7.
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