Real future for Ronaldo
The Portuguese winger has become one of the hottest properties in world football after scoring 41 goals this season to help United retain their Premier League title and reach the Champions League final.
Madrid have consistently voiced their interest for the 23-year-old and reports have suggested they would be prepared to part with around £100million (Dh715m) to lure him to the Bernabeu. Ahead of next Wednesday's meeting with Chelsea in Moscow, Ronaldo said: "I am happy at Manchester United, but let us see what happens after the Champions League final.
"I am feeling calm here. I am happy but in the future I do not know. I know Real Madrid like how I play and I know that other teams in Spain like my game as well, so that is good.
"I have said millions of times that I would love to play in Spain, but it is one thing to dream and another thing for it to be reality.
When informed that Real's president, Ramon Calderon, admitted to being "obsessed" with signing the winger, Ronaldo said: "Of course, it is good to know that other clubs are interested in you."
Ronaldo, asked if he felt he was the best player in the world, said: "I try to give the best every time but everything has to be taken in proportion and right now we are playing very well. I work every day to be the best, not only now but for five years."
United's manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, said: "Kaka's performance in the Champions League final against Liverpool possibly won him the vote as Footballer of the Year last year, but this season there has been no one to match Ronaldo." (Agencies)