At least that’s what La Liga expert Graham Hunter has claimed amid speculation linking the Portugal star with a return to Old Trafford.
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Ronaldo is thought to have been angered by allegations that he has failed to pay £13m in tax during his time at the Bernabeu.
And those reports led to sensational rumours that he wants out of Real Madrid once the transfer window opens next month.
Former club Manchester United have been touted as a possible destination for Ronaldo if he moves, as have Paris St-Germain.
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“Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a summer return to Manchester United”
But Hunter reckons there is one major stumbling block which could end hopes of the 32-year-old making a Premier League comeback.
Writing for ESPN, he said: “But former United teammates who spoke to him [last season] just as Madrid were being proclaimed champions of Spain for only the second time since 2008 and were on the verge of retaining the Champions League were left in no doubt about his feelings.
“A favourite saying of Ronaldo is that Manchester United are the right club for him… just in the wrong region of the world. You guessed it: it’s the weather, stupid.
“What he detailed is that there’s almost nothing at Madrid in terms of club structure, club care for their stars or “feeling” with the fans that comes anywhere close to what he experienced at Old Trafford.
“If United could somehow be relocated in the middle of a Mediterranean country, he’d join them in a jiffy. That was the tone of it.”
Should Real Madrid opt to sell Ronaldo, they are likely to demand a fee of more than £100m from any would be suitors.
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