Despite Sir Alex Ferguson's words which revealed his firm belief that Cristiano Ronaldo will remain in Manchester, the Portuguese winger has restated that he is unsure where he will be playing at the start of the upcoming season.
Ferguson met Ronaldo for talks and insisted afterwards that there was no chance he would be leaving Manchester.
But Ronaldo, who is still recovering from ankle surgery, claims that he is still to make a firm and final decision regarding his future.
"I've had hundreds of questions about Manchester United and Real Madrid. What do you want me to say? That I'm going or I'm staying?
"I don't know about the future, only God knows it. I can't say any more.
"Great players are always hounded by great clubs. It's a normal situation. There are other great players who are in the market, who are good, and who other clubs want.
"I have always been hounded, not only this year. It's not strange for me to see what happens."
Madrid are reportedly ready to offer Ronaldo massive wages, while United's chief executive David Gill says Ronaldo's wages will not rise should he stay with United.
"I want to be happy regardless of where I play," he added. "I can be happy everywhere, if I am with people I like, if I am animated, motivated.
"Am I motivated to continue at United? I am always motivated.
"I am ambitious and I want to always improve. I don't know the future, but I will be motivated."
The Portuguese stated his intention to focus on fully recovering from surgery, and leaving the future for God.
"I'm not anxious about the future, I'm feeling normal," continued Ronaldo. "Normal is resting my head, my body, having a good recovery and the future belongs to God, not to me."