Real Madrid are in pursuit of United's Cristiano Ronaldo
Real Madrid claim Manchester United "have no evidence" for their official complaint to Fifa over the Spanish giants' interest in Cristiano Ronaldo.
United lodged the complaint on Monday over what they believe is a deliberate attempt by Real to unsettle the winger.
But Real president Ramon Calderon said: "They don't have any evidence because nothing has happened.
"All there is is what the papers say and rumours the player seems to want to leave."
According to the Brazilian website Terra, Ronaldo last week said he wanted to play at Madrid, "but only if it's true they are ready to pay what Manchester United ask of them."
In response Calderon told a Spanish newspaper: "For Madrid it is an honour to know that a player like him thinks that playing at Real would be good. We are proud to know that he would like to be with us."
But on Tuesday, in response to United's official complaint, he added: "At the moment a move is impossible because United don't want to sell him.
"It's United's right (to complain) but we haven't done anything and are not going to. It's between the player and his club."
Ronaldo, currently with Portugal at Euro 2008, has said he will not speak about the subject again before the end of the tournament, even though he said over the weekend he had yet to decide about his future.
United released a short statement on Monday expressing their discontent, which Fifa is now analysing before making a decision.
"On 27 May, United made clear its intention to report Real Madrid if it continued to involve itself in the future of Ronaldo," the statement read.
"Unfortunately, Real Madrid has not kept its own counsel."
It's United's right (to complain) but we haven't done anything and we are not going to do anything
Ramon Calderon Real Madrid president
The Spanish club have made clear their admiration for Ronaldo in a number of public statements while acknowledging that the player is under contract.
Article 18 of Fifa's regulations does not stipulate any possible sanction against Real, but does state that one club have to inform another in writing if they are to start negotiations with their player.
However, the rules do not specifically state that the club that owns the player have to give consent.
Despite being under contract at Old Trafford until 2012, Ronaldo has refused to state publicly and unequivocally that his future lies with United.
Real coach Bernd Schuster claimed Ronaldo was their main summer transfer target, triggering United's initial threat of a complaint, while Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has accused the Spanish club of a "lack of morals" for allegedly unsettling the player.
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