Media reports have claimed that Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Saudi club Al-Nassr just months after his move to "global" from Manchester United.
The Portuguese star ended his contract with the "Maneo" after a media interview during which he attacked the English club and its Dutch coach Erik ten Hag.
The 38-year-old then agreed a €200m contract per season until 2025 with one of the Saudi league giants.
But now it seems that Real Madrid are ready to offer Ronaldo a role as an ambassador rather than as a player, according to El Nacional.
The Spanish newspaper said that "Florentino Perez ensured that Ronaldo has work to do at the Santiago Bernabeu."
"Obviously, he won't be a player, because he considers it a tournament that should be considered closed."
The newspaper explained that "Georgina Rodriguez, Ronaldo's fiancée, is eager to return to the Spanish capital where the duo met."
Ronaldo is one of the legends of the "Merengue" and the team's all-time top scorer, scoring 451 goals in 438 games during his time at the Bernabéu.
Ronaldo was crowned with 4 Champions League titles, 3 Club World Cups, two LaLiga titles, two Copa del Rey titles and the Spanish Super Cup.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner has scored 5 goals in the same number of league games with Al Nasr so far this season.
He scored just 4 minutes later to secure a 3-0 home win against Al Raed last Friday.
Al-Nasr are second in the Saudi Professional League, 3 points behind leaders Al-Ittihad, the Saudi league, which has a postponed match.