Cristiano Ronaldo sits down for an interview and gets testy.
How do you view all the fuss about you possibly leaving Manchester United?
The way I look at it is this - the greatest players are always associated with the greatest clubs. Not only me, but all players who are good, good clubs want them. I view it as a normal situation, but it's not only this year. It's been this way between clubs for a long time, so I view it as something normal.
Does it make you feel pursued?
It's not just this year - I've felt that before. It's normal. We'll see what happens.
What do you want to happen? Do you want to stay with Man U next season?
I want to be happy - independent of wherever I play.
Where could you be happy?
Where? Anywhere, in all places. That depends on me. If I'm with people I like, if I'm energetic, if I'm confident, motivated - wherever I am is good.
Is there motivation to stay with Man U?
I'm always motivated, wherever I am. I'm motivated because I'm an ambitious player and I want to get better. About the future, I don't know, but I'm always going to be motivated.
Are you anxious about your future?
What's normal for you these days?
For me, normal is vacation, rest for my body and mind, a good recuperation. The future belongs to God, not me.
Do you read the press?
Sometimes, when I get the chance.
You're not looking to see what people say about you?
No. I know some people say good things, some say bad. I'm with my friends, so then I'm always fine.
Does that help when you think of returning to Manchester and regaining the support of those who think you're turned traitor?
Why are there forty questions about Manchester and Real Madrid? What do you want me to say? I don't know the future. God only knows. I can't tell you any more.
Thanks a lot.