Cristiano Ronaldo rules out AC Milan move

Rossoneri owner Silvio Berlusconi recently stated that he would love to bring the Portugal international to San Siro, but the forward insists he is happy in the Spanish capital
Real Madrid attacker Cristiano Ronaldo has dismissed the possibility of him joining AC Milan, revealing that he has no interest in playing in Serie A.

Rossoneri owner Silvio Berlusconi stated last week that he would jump at the opportunity to bring the Portugal international to San Siro, but the forward made clear that a move to Italy is not in his short-term plans.

"Berlusconi has admitted he dreams about me? I dream a lot, but not about football," Ronaldo told reporters during a press conference ahead of his team's clash with CSKA Moscow in the Champions League on Wednesday.

"I respect him, but I want to stay here [at Real Madrid]. The Italian league is not where I would like to play, but I respect it: there are many great champions and many great teams.

"In the future nobody knows. But for now, I am very happy here."

Ronaldo is set to feature in the second leg of Madrid's round-of-16 tie in the Champions League against CSKA Moscow on Wednesday night, with the kick-off scheduled for 20:45CET.

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