Ronaldo doesn't want to play as a No.9, claims Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand

He extended his time at the club by a year in May and the upcoming season would make it his 12th season at Manchester United where he's won five league titles.

Real Madrid superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a move to Manchester United, and one Red Devils star has now commented on those links.

The Mirror report Carrick said: "I haven't got an age in mind really, I need to just take it year by year".

Former Man United defender Rio Ferdinand tells all about his displeasure with the way his former club played in recent seasons. It was just a joy to work so close to him and see how he plays.

Michael Carrick has admitted that he is unsure of when he'll retire.

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Ex-United centre back Ferdinand enjoyed playing with Ronaldo from 2003 until 2009 under Sir Alex Ferguson, witnessing the Portuguese star take the Premier League by storm before moving to Real Madrid.

"If Cristiano Ronaldo becomes available, the best teams in the world will be queuing up to sign him, it's simple as that".

The Portuguese star's future is still unclear, however, when the situation was asked to current Manchester United veteran midfielder Michael Carrick, the England global remained coy and insisted he is not now thinking about a reunion with Cristiano Ronaldo.

"I have been lucky enough to see that close to waters and I have taken things from that and tried to learn from it." said the former Premier League and Champions League victor.

However, Carrick says it is "not for [him] to get involved", on whether Ronaldo was to come to "United or leaves Madrid, that's not my business". "We will see how it pans out over the next few weeks and months", concluded Carrick.