Ferguson insists Ronaldo is staying at Old Trafford
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson says the Cristiano Ronaldo transfer saga is now "closed" and the winger will remain at the club.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon hinted the Spanish side may have ended their pursuit of the winger.
Real have been linked with Ronaldo throughout the summer, but signed Rafael van der Vaart on Tuesday.
"Van der Vaart is the first and possibly the only signing of the summer for Real Madrid," Calderon said.
The 25-year-old signing from Hamburg was unveiled at Real Madrid's Bernabeu stadium on Tuesday and Calderon said he was unlikely to further add to his squad.
Calderon has repeatedly said he would like to sign Ronaldo, but his latest comments come amid signs that Real's bid to recruit the Portugal international have stalled due to United's refusal to sell the 23-year-old.
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