"Milan wants him, and that's certain. They suggested a move through (Ariedo) Braida, the one in charge of their signings, who said he had spoken to the player," Madrid president Ramon Calderon told sports daily Marca on Tuesday. "From the people close to him I know he wants to stay although in soccer anything can happen."
Ronaldo, who spent five years in Milan with rival Inter before joining Madrid in 2002, has two years left on his contract. Last season, he threatened to leave Madrid due to criticism from supporters.
Madrid coach Fabio Capello reportedly prefers recent signing Ruud van Nistelrooy in attack. The Brazilian has yet to play under Capello as he is sidelined with a knee injury, the AP reports.
Yet Calderon, who is hoping to end Madrid's three-year drought without a trophy, said a place in the team could be found for Ronaldo.