Ronaldo blows away Man U move rumours with "Yo acqui" call during Malaga win
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has seemed to put rest to rumours linking him with a move to his former side and Premier League winners Manchester United with an emphatic goal celebration during a 6-2 victory over Malaga in a La Liga fixture.
The Portuguese winger scored a close-range free-kick during the game before running to the crowd shouting "Yo aqui, you aqui", a Spanish phrase which translates to "I'm here, I'm here", hinting that he may stay at the Bernabeu, the Mirror reports.
According to the report, although there were speculations that Ronaldo would be returning to Old Trafford six years after leaving in a world record 80 million-pound transfer, his reaction after his 200th goal for the Spanish giants seems to give lie to those speculations.
Meanwhile, Real coach Jose Mourinho was taunted by the club's fans despite the impressive win after he was overlooked for the United managerial post for Everton boss David Moyes, as Mourinho had hinted at a move to United.
United chief executive David Gill had been in Spain to meet Jorge Mendes, Ronaldo's agent, in an effort to discuss the deal, the report added.