Ronaldo unfazed by return

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Cristiano Ronaldo does not expect a hostile reception from Manchester United supporters after failing to secure a move to Real Madrid.

Ronaldo was linked with a move to Spain all summer and some fans were disgruntled by his apparent desire to move to the Bernabeu, and the Portugal winger - who could return from an ankle injury in time for this week's Champions League opener against Villarreal - has no concerns about Red Devils' following.

"When I put on the shirt, I give it my all," he said in The Sun. "I'm already in the history of the club. When I play the fans will love me again."

Ronaldo also flatly denied there is any chance of him joining newly-rich Manchester City in the future after claims they would pay �135million for him.

"No way do I see myself in the shirt of another Manchester team," he said. "I didn't realise I was worth that much!"

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