Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti is adamant Cristiano Ronaldo will agree a new contract with the Primera Division club - and turn down the chance to rejoin Manchester United.
The Portugal forward's current deal with Real expires in June 2015, meaning he could leave the Spanish capital in two years on a free transfer.
Throughout the summer, Real president Florentino Perez has reiterated his desire to hand a new contract to Ronaldo and repeatedly insisted his belief that the 28-year-old will put pen to paper.
However, the lack of an official announcement about the deal, with the new season less than a fortnight away, has fueled speculation that the player is not going to sign a new contract at all, as part of a ploy to return to Old Trafford.
In a press conference on Sunday evening, Ronaldo gave no clues away about his intentions, simply remarking that "the situation still hasn't been resolved".
But, speaking at a press conference in Miami, Ancelotti expressed confidence that Ro...