Real Madrid has denied a report suggesting it may sell its unsettled striker Ronaldo at the end of the season.
Madrid said in a statement posted on its Web site Wednesday that "at no time has it considered the future of Ronaldo or any other player in the team."
Sports daily As reported that Madrid's board discussed the possibility of transferring the Brazilian at a meeting before Tuesday's 1-0 defeat against Arsenal in the Champions League.
On Monday, Ronaldo complained about the whistling he receives from Madrid supporters at matches, saying it may force him to leave.
AC Milan president Adriano Galliani told Wednesday's La Gazzetta dello Sport he would welcome Ronaldo.
The striker was greeted by banners in his favor at Tuesday's game, his first in the Champions League this season, reports the AP.
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