Real: Ronaldo Conclusion Soon
Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon says they won't give up their pursuit of Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo.
"Look, this is a problem that wasn't created by Real Madrid," Calderon told AS. "Madrid are just spectators in this soap opera.
"At the moment Manchester United and the player are in an argument and Madrid are waiting...and we can't do any more for the time being. Obviously, it's clear that we want Cristiano with the quality that he has. But there is a contractual problem that United and the player have to resolve, not us.
"Will he persuade the club to let him go? I can't say that. That question's for the player, who has publicly said his dream is to play for Madrid.
"We hear those words with pride and satisfaction, but his departure doesn't only depend on Cristiano. United are the ones that have to sort it out and it will either happen or not."
Ronaldo has yet to return to Manchester following the operation carried out on his troublesome ankle last month, but Calderon is hopeful that the transfer saga will be resolved when he finally does.
"It could happen then, but it's true that we have to wait developments," he continued. "Everyone's thinking so much about this matter that people can get confused and I understand that they're fed up.